In recent years, with the rapid development of the beer industry, the annual output has increased at a rate of 5%-7%. Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the main by-product of beer production, accounting for about 1.5% of beer production, of which only 40%-50% of the yeast is recycled, and the remaining 50%-60% are discarded.
Yeast is rich in nutrients and contains nearly 50% protein. It is an inexpensive protein resource and contains eight essential amino acids. The amino acid ratio is close to the recommended ratio of FAO, especially The first limiting amino acid in gluten, lysine, is particularly abundant in brewer's yeast and can be widely used for proper treatment.
The use of brewer's yeast is inseparable from the brewer's yeast dryer. The Dingli yeast dryer is a single-dryer dryer, which can be used for drying a variety of pastes. It is especially suitable for recycling waste yeast in breweries. The dryer can meet the needs of an annual production of 50,000 to 300,000 tons of breweries. The machine is also suitable for drying treatment in food, chemical, pharmaceutical and other industries.
Although brewer's yeast contains a lot of useful substances, it is not well utilized, and the utilization rate is still very low. Along with the rapid development of the beer industry and the rapid advancement of science and technology, the use of brewer's yeast will be more abundant, the products are more diverse, and the process is more reasonable.