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Brewing ingredient Specifications and COAs
Brewing ingredient Specs and COAs
Brewing ingredient specifications & COAs available for Malt, Yeast and Hops from Charles Faram brewing one stop shop experience
Brewing Supplies datasheets & Specifications
The “I-nigma” barcode reader is a free smartphone application which works very well to download the batch malt analysis by scanning the analysis code from Weyermann® bags.
In some operation systems the analysis pdf is stored in the “download” folder.
For I-OS: “IBooks” can be used to store the analysis.
Analysis can be printed or forwarded by email, WLAN or Bluetooth now.
As a customer of Crisp Malt use this app to scan your sack product labels and view the analysis for this batch.
Compatible labels will show a QR code. Use the app to scan the code and view the Certificate of Analysis on screen. You can then print or store the CoA PDF document as required.
Explore new sensory pathways, fine tune the originality of your aromas, or perhaps exploit fermentation potential of your wort at its best.
Download it by clicking on the images or by scanning with your camera application:
If you are still unable to find what you are looking for then don’t hesitate to contact our Quality Manager.
Or you can check out the FAQ and resources pages under info in the menu.