Alcohol by Volume and SG.
1 Bottle or can
Certified and notarized report of alcohol content – Alcohol % Volume and Weight, and SG.
1 Bottle or can
Alcohol By Volume and Weight, Extracts, Calories, IBUs, Color and pH.
Alcohol By Volume and Weight, Extracts, Calories, Total Acidity, Color and pH.
Alcohol By Volume and Weight, Attenuation, Bittering Units, Calories, Color, Dissolved CO2 (without air), Free Amino Nitrogen (FAN), Original and Final Extract, pH, Haze, Sediment analysis, Total Acidity and Total Sulfur Dioxide.
Combines the C5 chemical package with one full sensory panel evaluation – see C11.
Ash, Bittering Units, Calcium, Color, FAN, Iron, Magnesium, SG, Original Extract, pH, Protein, Starch Content (Quantitative), Total Acidity and Zinc. SG is tested to see that fermentation is not underway before other tests commence. SHIP FROZEN!
Alcohol By Volume and Weight, Ash, pH, Sulfur Dioxide – Free, Fixed, and Total, Acidity – Volatile and Total, and Residual Extract.
Alcohol By Volume and Weight, Acidity – Volatile and Total, Color, Higher Alcohols and Esters via GC, pH, and Residual Extracts/Total Solids.
Total plate counts, CO2, Fermentation profile, pH, Color and Haze.
Single evaluations and multi-time/date testings. A full 40 attribute descriptive sensory profiling with radar (spider) and bar chart profiles and sensory summary. Additional dates for same product aging (e.g., 30, 60, 120 days) as desired. Each additional time point $100 each.
$125 FIRST $100 AFTER
For this and other forced-choice sensory tests please call for specifics.
$175 PER COMPARISON
Consulting charges start at $150/hour and include travel and accommodation costs etc., when applicable off-site work is involved. Contact us for full details. Extended phone conversations where we add value beyond test result explanations are also considered under consulting arrangements.
Rush services charges: 1.5 x’s cost for 48 hours turnaround when possible. In house tests only.
Samples to be distilled for analysis. Required for all samples above 12% ABV
Samples requiring filtration or clarification prior to analysis.
Solid samples requiring grinding and emulsification prior to analysis
Extra reports or reports re-issued at a later date. Re-named samples – reports only reissued on samples tested in previous 12 months.
Any special certificate document – prepared and notarized.
Purchase of samples/pickup fees, import fees etc., as required for testing. May include hourly rates for transport/travel time.
Rush shipping/mailing of documents, return of samples etc., as instructed or needed. May also include other processing/document preparation fees, etc.
Some tests for nutritional items and certain other analytes will require a determination of the sample specific gravity for serving size conversion. The SG testing will automatically be added if needed.
Requests for reports written in a non-English language may involve translation fees. Translation is done digitally and may have contextually grammatical issues.
Late fees at current standard industry rates (specified on the invoice) apply to invoices not paid within the current NET 15 days payment terms.
Any one currently tested analyte from GC2 [Higher alcohols and esters].
“The “TTB-series”: Acetaldehyde, Ethyl Acetate, Methanol, n-Propanol, Isobutanol, 1-Butanol, Active and Isoamyl Alcohols (“Fusel oils”), Furfural.
Vicinal Diketones [2,3-butanedione (DIACETYL) and 2,3-pentanedione] Total values reported.
Combination of GC2 and GC3. Special combined package pricing.
Call to establish analytes of interest.
BDAS, LLC participates with a number of research and analytical groups to test beverages via GC and GC-Mass Spectroscopy. Fully quantitative and qualitative profile options available. Contact Philip for details.
Spectrophotometric determination following extraction and also moisture content determination. Pellets $60. Whole cones $85.
Standard dry down and weight measurements.
Moisture, extract, and color.
Moisture, friability, fine extract, β-glucan, FAN, diastatic power (DP), α-amylase, color, filtration time, clarity and pH.
Moisture, assortment, friability, fine extract, coarse extract, F/C difference, β-glucan, FAN, soluble protein, S/T, DP, α-amylase, color, filtration time, clarity, pH and viscosity.
Diastatic Power & α-amylase.
Leading indicator of malt quality.
A complete QC profile – call for details.
Total Plate Counts on 5 media (aerobic and anaerobic). General descriptors of cell morphology included.
Fatty acid methyl ester profile analysis for Yeast Strain Identification.
Species identification via DNA sequencing – Isolated colonies only.
Photographs of sediment, qualitative only. Please call as this is usually a project.
Presence/Absence detection of 31 bacteria, including Lactobacillus, Pediococcus, Pectinatus, and Megasphaera species, as well as Hop resistance Genes horA and horC.
1ST - $120 ADDITIONAL - $80
Presence/Absence detection of 30 yeast, including Brettanomyces, Saccharomyces, and Zygosaccharomyces species.
1ST - $120 ADDITIONAL - $80
Presence/Absence detection of Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. diastaticus, Pichia anomala, Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. exiguus, and Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
1ST - $120 ADDITIONAL - $80
Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Zinc.
Calcium, Chloride, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Sulfate and Zinc.
CATIONS: Choose from the following: Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium and Zinc most commonly requested. ANIONS: Choose from the following: Chloride, Fluoride, Nitrate/Nitrite, Phosphate, Sulfur, Sulfate.
ANIONS: Choose one from the following: Chloride, Fluoride, Nitrate/Nitrite, Phosphate, Sulfur, Sulfate.
Alcohol By Volume and Weight, Ash, Calories, Original and Final Extract, Protein, and Total Carbohydrates.
Same as N1 plus sodium.
Same as N1 plus HPLC sugars (glucose, fructose, maltose, sucrose, and lactose).
Same as N1 plus Sodium and HPLC Sugars (glucose, fructose, maltose, sucrose and lactose).
Same as N1 plus Sodium, HPLC Sugars (glucose, fructose, maltose, sucrose and lactose), and total fats.
Same as N1 plus HPLC Sugars (glucose, fructose, sucrose, maltose and lactose), sodium, total fat, and total fiber. NOTE: A Fatty acids/Lipids profile, including cholesterol, is added on at a reduced price of $300.00 if total fats from N6 proves to be > 0.5%. See N12 for stand-alone fatty acids/lipids profile. CALL FOR DETAILS. MUST REQUEST BOTH N6 and N12 For FDA MANDATED TESTING.
Alcohol By Volume and Weight, Real and Original Extracts, Real and Apparent Degrees of Fermentation/attenuation and Calories.
Total Inorganic (mineral) content via evaporation and combustion.
Total Protein by Kjeldahl digestion.
Simple Sugars Profile: Glucose, Fructose, Sucrose, Maltose, Lactose.
Total Fats analysis via acid hydrolysis.
Total, Saturated, Unsaturated and Trans fat, Cholesterol and a Full Lipid profile. Mandatory for nutritional labeling on all samples containing more than 0.5% total fats. See N6 and note reduced price with N6 if this testing is needed].
Total dietary fiber via enzymatic and gravimetric method.
A Total Dietary Fiber test with soluble and insoluble forms reported.
Most vitamins can be tested for, but call for pricing as each vitamin is specifically priced. Some products coming under more regulatory scrutiny for vitamin content.
Special projects agreed to by both parties will incur project-specific charges. Basic project fees start at $100/hour for set up and research work (See also retainer fees, RF below). Specific materials required will be purchased and billed for as will time spent collecting or delivery of samples etc.
Extensive projects and certain legal cases will incur retainer fees dependent upon the estimated total project or case research and reporting costs.
IBU’s – spectrophotometric via isooctane extraction.
Marsh test – & spectrophotometric confirmation – qualitative
These tests only added on when part of additional testing here at BDAS, LLC. A minimum of five samples is usually required to cover cost.
Spectrophotometric – Beer at A430 Spirits at A525 Std. Ref Method units.
Volumes of Dissolved CO2 (Zahm and Nagel).
Volumes of Dissolved CO2 with Air and Headspace determination [Content of CO2 by weight also possible – required for some cider regulations]
Bottles or Cans [Density and sample container weights determined for assessments.]
Free Amino/Yeast Assimilable Nitrogen (ninhydrin-spectrophotometric).
Measure of caffeine determined with HPLC.
Quantitative test of gluten via Ridascreen Gliadin ELISA test.
Sample Haze/clarity determination (NTU’s or EBC units).
Starch content (Iodometric method – quantitative).
Standard reference method (SRM) – pH meter.
Total (colorimetric – spectrophotometric).
Solids by evaporation (27CFR 30.32). Samples must be between 80-100 degrees Proof and solids >400 & <600 mg>
Extract (degrees Plato or Brix) via Distillation.
UV-visible scan – 220 to 1000 nanometers.
Pararosaniline – spectrophotometric.
Expressed as lactic in beer, tartaric in wine & acetic in spirits. Needs SG. in beer tests.
Expressed as acetic, unless otherwise specified.
Thermal stability test measures the reduction potential and thus stability of samples.
Dextrin profile through HPLC. Glucose, maltose, maltotriose, tetraose, and pentaose (G1-G5).
Acetic, butyric, lactic, and propionic through HPLC.
Alkalinity, Calcium, Chloride, Conductivity, Fluoride, Iron, Hardness, Magnesium, Manganese, Nitrate, pH, Sodium, Sulfate and Total Dissolved Solids [Some tests done off-site.] Discussion of profiles available as to suitability for your process.