Chemical reactions which are catalysed by enzymes, Biology

Give two examples of chemical reactions which are catalysed by enzymes in the course of brewing. 

In the course of brewing, enzymes in the grain catalyse the conversion of starch to maltose; enzymes in yeast catalyse the changes of maltose to alcohol


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