The rising potential for sorghum beers12 Dec 2018 Many developing countries are keen to use locally-grown grains for brewing instead of importing raw materials. In Sub Saharan Africa and in Latin America, affordably-priced beers made from local grains that trace their ancestry to ancient kings are particularly popular. Brewing with local grains also supports nearby farmers and the local economy. But it’s can be a challenge for brewers to optimize these grains in order to deliver a consistent product to consumers. That’s where enzyme products come in. Romeo Markovic of Novozymes discusses the rising potential for sorghum beers and the role for enzymes in this.