This panel includes five production managers from breweries of various sizes discussing different aspects of day-to-day production. This seminar is a great opportunity to share best practices.
The popularity of growlers is increasing dramatically. Taking home draught beer is becoming a favorite way for craft beer lovers to support their local brewery. Learn about the ups and downs and ins and outs …More
In early 2013, the Brewers Association retained Bilfinger Industrial Services (BIS) to develop keg performance guidelines for use by all U.S. brewing industry stakeholders. In this seminar, Terry Staed and Renee Benson introduce the guidelines, …More
Timothy presents examples of how Excel spreadsheets can be used throughout the brewery, from business proforma, beer formulation and brew sheets to brewery inventory and cost analysis.
Safety consultant Matt Stinchfield leads a roundtable to discuss practices in breweries that have safety professionals and how to ensure a safe environment in smaller breweries.
Packaging manager of Summit Brewing Company Kenny Gunderman advises breweries on setting their production schedules.
Craft brewers are seeking out organic malt, malts produced with fewer water and fertilizer inputs, locally produced malts and those with distinctive flavors. Speakers describe the basics of barley growing practices and variety development past, …More
This presentation provides training on how to utilize pump curves, understand NPSH, velocities and gpm required for proper cleaning, and more.
Chris pinpoints and addresses the various factors influencing keg cleaning, disinfection and filling, and offers remedies for common problems.
Ruth presents the case study How the UK has Initiated Minimum Standard Keg (and Cask) Specifications.