CDR BeerLab® method for the determination of total SO2 in beer.

CDR BeerLab is the easy, fast and reliable testing system to be used directly at the brewery with no need of expertise in chemical analysis

The researchers of CDR chemical laboratories made this study to demonstrate the great accuracy and repeatability of CDR BeerLab® method for the determination of total sulfur dioxide SO2 in beer samples. It allows the brewers to improve at best the execution of this analysis directly in the brewery.

Study about so2 determination method in beer with CDR BeerLabSulfites are widely used as additives in beverages to prevent spoilage by oxidation and bacterial growth during production and storage. In particular, sulfur dioxide is considered as the most important factor in preserving the shelf life of beer, because inhibits beer oxidation. In fact, it is employed by breweries as potassium matabisulfite (K2S2O5), commonly abbreviated E224.

As the accurate determination of total sulfur dioxide (SO2) in beer is essential to ensuring regulatory compliance, several methods have been developed.

CDR proposes a new method, easier and faster than traditional procedures, starting from a EBC (European Brewery Convention) method optimization.

CDR BeerLab® estimates the quantity of total SO2 in beer, thanks to one single device, easy to use and in total autonomy. In this way the brewer is able to improve the quality control in every beer production phases.


Method linearity was tested in deionized water and it was calibrated with standard solutionsCalibration SO2 CDR BeerLab method in beer

Recovery results for CDR BeerLab® Total SO2 method.

Table of Recovery results for CDR BeerLab Total SO2 method in beer.

Repeatability test of CDR BeerLab® Total SO2 analysis.

Table of Repeatability test of CDR BeerLab Total SO2 analysis.

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CDR BeerLab® method for the determination of total SO2 in beer. was last modified: March 15th, 2018 by CDR s.r.l.