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Anyone using/used Novazyme Ondea Pro?

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Hi all
Trying to track down a supplier for Ondea Pro by Novazyme to use in a raw barley brew. Brewtique can supply me 25L for $1,500 with a lead time of approx 8 weeks as it comes from Netherlands.
I’m in WA which I know stands for “wait a while” but was hoping for an Aussie importer selling smaller quants.
Any info greatly appreciated.
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Try Bintani
Not the same maker but they have a bunch of brewing enzymes and IIRC a WA branch. There are a couple of other suppliers, just googled "Brewing Enzymes Australia" and a few show up.
Free tip for you. Unmalted barley with enzymes wont taste like real beer, nor will it be all that inexpensive to process. You need very good control over your temperatures and times... mostly you would be way better off using malt, which is what nearly every brewer on the planet is doing.
Mark
 

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