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Spent grains nutritional overview – rich in protein, fiber, phenolic compounds, vitamins and more

Spent grains nutritional overview – rich in protein, fiber, phenolic compounds, vitamins and more

Brewer’s spent grains (BSG) contains more than half the daily recommended dietary fiber (62%!), complete plant protein, and medium-chain fatty acids: is a lignocellulosic material rich in protein and fiber (cellulose, arabinoxylan and lignin) accounting for approximately 20 and 70% respectively is reported to contain vitamins […]

Spent grains as hog/pig feed

Spent grains as hog/pig feed

Based on our research, while spent grains are being fed to hogs (domestic pig that weighs more than 120 lbs. (54 kilograms)), according to this article in Grit, the effects of spent grain consumption as hog feed are not quite as impressive. In hogs, increased […]

Spent grains as Human grade food

Spent grains as Human grade food

Brewer’s spent grains (BSG) is considered an ideal ingredient for human food because of being readily available, low-cost, and rich in nutrients. It can be added to foodstuffs, such as bread, biscuits, muffins, and snacks, that need to improve their fiber and protein content while […]

Drying Spent Grains at Home

Drying Spent Grains at Home

There are a number of ways to prepare spent grain for storage at home: Freezing – Tossing it into the freezer is the safest, easiest way to store grain. It takes no effort to put into storage, but it has the drawback of being a frozen […]

Industrial Drying Spent Grains

Industrial Drying Spent Grains

In this post, we’ll look at the optimal moisture content you need to achieve for long term storage of spent grains, summary of different drying techniques (from superheated steam to burning spent grain for heat) According to Brewery Wastewater, the key is to low moisture spent […]

Silage techniques for wet spent grains

Silage techniques for wet spent grains

According to Feedipedia.org and L Pernia, Silage is a good method for storing wet brewers grain for a longer period, particularly since ensiling does not alter their nutritive value (Geron et al., 2008). Fill the silo at once. Provide flow to the juice. Do not use […]