Many brewers are discovering that adding hydrogen peroxide to an alkaline cleaning solution can assist in removing protein and calcium deposits in the brewhouse.
As brewers, we meticulously follow recipes and procedures. So why do otherwise careful brewers often set up CIPs by eyeball, wildly varying contact time and concentration?
A well-designed and diligently executed maintenance plan ensures a trouble-free draught system operation and fresh, flavorful beer. Learn how to test your system for cleanliness.
For the July/August 2018 The New Brewer, we present our annual Technical Brewing issue, taking a deeper dive into brewing and brewery operations. We also include photos from two important events in Washington, D.C.: the Brewers Association’s hill climb and SAVOR. Read More
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Cleaning and sanitation within a brewery are critical to good beers; but these activities use a lot of water in the process. Speakers in this session have an incredibly amount of experience and knowledge that you won’t want to miss. …Read More
Do glycerin filled pressure gauges present an explosion hazard when mounted on tank CIP arms? I see gauges with warnings about oxidizing media use. Would 2% caustic solutions/boosted peroxide caustic and 1-2% Peracetic/other acid solutions pose a risk? Safety Exchange says: …Read More
Safe chemical use is a partnership between the user and the chemical supplier. In this interactive, hands-on presentation, a safety professional and a brewery chemical supplier discuss the specifics of chemical Safety Data Sheets (SDS) as used by two breweries. …Read More
Clean-in-place (CIP) and other cleaning strategies can be challenging. However, a consistent, proper, and professional hygiene regime is important to producing quality beer. The choice of detergents as well as understanding cleaning kinetics is key. In this seminar, Deniz Bilge …Read More
This seminar will be a presentation of the new version of the Draught Beer Quality Manual written specifically for draught beer retailers. Read More
Ray Daniels shares some of the insights gained by the Cicerone program through years of testing bartenders and beverage managers on their beer knowledge. Read More