Beer Flavour Standards

Beer Flavour Standards for Sensory Panel Training and Proficiency Testing.

Our stabilised Beer Flavour Standards are manufactured to GMP pharmaceutical quality levels and provided in pharma grade blister packaging.

GMP Beer Flavour Standards allow you to train your sensory panels in a range of flavours that can naturally or artificially occur in beer, helping you to reduce the risk that a poor quality product will reach the market. GMP quality means a consistent, stable and safe product – every time.

Currently we provide 47 GMP Beer Flavour Standards: Acetaldehyde, Acetic, Alkaline, Almond, Astringent, Bitter, Bromophenol, Butyric, Caprylic, Catty, Chlorophenol, Control, Cooked vegetable, Diacetyl, DMS, Earthy, Ethyl acetate, Ethyl butyrate, Ethyl hexanoate, Freshly cut grass, Geraniol, Grainy, H2S, Hop oil, Indole, Isoamyl acetate, Isovaleric, Kettle hop, Lactic, Leathery, Lightstruck, Malty-biscuity, Mercaptan, Metallic, Methional, Musty, Onion, Papery, Phenolic, Plastics, Rotten vegetable, Salty, Smoky, Sour, Spicy, Sulphitic, Yeasty, Vanilla.

For a full list of Beer Flavour Standards and additional information on each, please click here.

Isoamyl Acetate Beer Flavour Standard