The Brewers Association (BA) Quality Instructor Mary Pellettieri teaches Basics of Beer Quality–Hands-on Workshop, in support of the vision of the BA quality subcommittee–to develop a membership that consistently produces beer of high quality.
The full-day workshop covers the fundamentals underlying some of the most common methods used to ensure consistency and quality in a craft brewery. With a hands-on approach, attendees will have the opportunity to use lab equipment and practice quality analysis methods.
About the Instructor
Mary Pellettieri began her career in brewing as a chemist and microbiologist at the Siebel Institute of Technology and World Brewing Academy in Chicago, where she also taught sensory management. She later managed the quality program for Chicago’s Goose Island Beer Company and was the quality manager for the historic MillerCoors Milwaukee brewery.
Mary also authored Quality Management: Essential Planning for Breweries, a guidebook published by Brewers Publications that provides key concepts and tools for developing a quality management program for breweries of all types and sizes.
|Location||City, State||Date||Registration Details|
|Market Garden Brewery||Cleveland, Ohio||Jan. 29||Registration is full|
|Metropolitan State University||Denver, Colo.||March 30||Learn more|
For more information about quality instructor workshops, please contact BA Technical Brewing Projects Coordinator Damon Scott.