Presentations

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Teaching an Old Bottling Line How Not to Suck (Air)

A case study describing the process of defining dissolved oxygen standards, standardizing testing procedures and eliminating sources of DO pick-up during the commissioning and operation of an older-model rotary filler.

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The Art and Science of Dry Hopping

An overview of New Belgium Brewing Company’s unique dry hopping techniques and the science behind them.

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The Littlest QA Lab

Doing QA in a small brewery is a balance of what’s good and what’s good enough. This seminar covers 10 things you really should be doing and how to do them in a cost-effective way.

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The Maltster’s Kiln: A Cure for Your Ales

Craft brewers have identified gaps in the current malt supply and their all-malt brewing needs. Craft malthouses are focused on the needs of craft brewers and are working with farmers and breeders to source lower …More

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Trace Metals in Brewing

In this seminar, Ruth Martin discusses how raw materials such as malt, sugars and hops can introduce trace metals and other minerals into wort and beer. She will also cover the impact of trace metals …More

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Trash Talk: Solid Waste Tips, Tactics and Best Practices

Join three BA sustainability subcommittee members, from different sized breweries, as they talk trash! That is, each will share waste reduction and cost savings stories from their breweries. Panelists will provide insight on how they …More

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TTB Label and Formula Submission Guidance

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) is responsible for the regulation and taxation of alcohol beverage products for revenue collection and consumer protection purposes. In that capacity, TTB reviews labels and formulas …More

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Maintaining Flagship Brands

From developing a long-lasting flagship to balancing two leading brands, these panelists will discuss their experiences with managing and marketing flagship brands.

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