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Fuente: WIPO Wine
A rapid method of brewing malt beverages having 0.0% alcohol by volume with the use of yeast in aerobic conditions. The yeast is inactivated by boiling after undergoing fermentative (minimal yeast contact time) growth, during either aerobic or anaerobic conditions. Aspects of the beverage such as sweetness, aldehyde content, flavor-positive components, pH, mouthfeel and heat are controlled to emulate popular styles of beer. The beverage may also be fortified with alcohol to create alcoholic products, such as beer, kombucha, hard seltzer, wine or spirits in a rapid time frame.