Innovative Ingredients for Brewers
Creating and perfecting new fruit and vegetable flavored beers and ciders requires the highest quality of ingredients offering distinctive aroma, color and flavor. Using the industry’s best practices in every phase of production, Milne’s 100% fruit and vegetable juices and purees bring tantalizing and exotic fruit and vegetable flavors to the brewer’s palette.
Our fruit and vegetable ingredients are available in many options including select certified organics. Milne’s ingredients are:
- 100% fruit and vegetable - no artificial colors, flavoring or preservatives
- Standardized in brix levels
- Certified by WSDA, USDA, BRC and OU Kosher
Custom Formulation Options for the Brewing Industry
Over the years, Milne has developed a number of beer and hard cider formulas with 5 - 6% ABV using blends of fruit juice and other ingredients to create unique, new beverages. In addition, Milne has created a variety of beverage bases and additives for alcohol related products including an orange mango margarita mix, raspberry lime martini mix, a vanilla mojito and peach daiquiri mix with 10 - 39% juice bases. Other innovative alcohol related products include cherry chocolate cream, apricot apple cider, hard watermelon lemonade and grapefruit flavored beer.
Fermentable Bases – Apple
Milne also offers fermentable bases in domestic apple juice. These non-fermented bases can be supplied as juice concentrate for use in beer and ciders. Juices can be purchased in a variety of packaging options including Milne’s standard aseptic drums or bulk tanker options. Using non-fermented juice allows brewers to control their own fermenting and brewing with the knowledge that the ingredients meet Milne’s own high-quality standards and are processed in the USA.
Milne uses innovative technologies and rigorous control standards to assure quality and food safety guidelines in every phase of the production process. Based on each customer’s needs, Milne can provide juices and purees that are Kosher (or organic-certified) and consistently meet and exceed all food safety and quality standards common in the brewing industry.