This seminar covers lessons learned from managing brewpubs in conjunction with a wholesale distribution brewery.
Participation in guild seminars is strictly limited to guild directors and board members only. This seminar involves long-range planning for state guilds.
This panel discusses several models for planning the next phase of brewery ownership and management.
Craft beer drinkers always want something new, and this perception puts strain on brewers, distributors and retailers. This seminar discusses how to make the best decisions for your company in a world of rotating tap …More
The BA Sustainability Manual and Tools were introduced at CBC 2013. This year’s sustainability manual seminars aim to provide details of how breweries can leverage these resources. This session covers a pilot completed with six …More
How does wastewater management impact brewery operations? Jeff Vanvoorhis explores basic wastewater terminology, types of treatment options, operations and maintenance considerations and how a basic understanding of wastewater will help you plan for brewery expansions …More
This presentation covers the existing techniques for measuring beer bitterness such as the Bitterness Unit, HPLC and other methods. They are compared in terms of advantages, disadvantages, costs, precision, repeatability and operational expertise required. Deviations …More
Avery Brewing Co. discusses the recent integratation of a mass flow meter into a mobile yeast pitching skid. By incorporating this technology they achieve precise yeast pitch mass and volume resulting in accurate target cell …More
This talk explores the interaction of water and malt chemistry in the mash, as discussed in the recent book from Brewers Publications, “Water: A Comprehensive Guide for Brewers”, by John Palmer and Colin Kaminski.
The craft renaissance includes an empowered consumer and an abundance of quality choices, making today the greatest time for food and drink in the history of the world. No matter how great, these choices can …More