I've been struggling with this for a while, and I can't seem to solve the problem. Alcohol is made in the fermentation process in beer:
Sugars formed during mashing (maltose and maltotriose) will undergo hydrolysis and form multiple molecules of the simple sugar glucose. This glucose will then be fermented by the yeast under anaerobic conditions into ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide
I understand that perfectly. My problem is to figure out the reaction schemes for the reactions, for each step. Can anyone help me with that?