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Supply Chain Updates – September 2021 Supply Chain Updates – September 2021

Supply Chain Updates – September 2021

The Brewers Association Supply Chain Subcommittee shares industry updates on brewing supply chain issues and activities.Read More

Brewery Traceability: Why, What, and How to Get Started

Brewery Traceability: Why, What, and How to Get Started

Having a robust tracking program established within the brewery will make any recall process much easier and safer for future beer lovers!Read More

Three Things You Should Know About Your Brewery’s Water

Three Things You Should Know About Your Brewery’s Water

These three questions are essential in understanding your level of risk to brewery water quality and supply.Read More

USDA Releases 2021 Hop Planting Report

USDA Releases 2021 Hop Planting Report

The USDA-NASS has released their annual report on hop acres planted, which shows hop acreage up 4% in 2021. We provide some context.Read More

Here’s How Traditional Brewing Processes Keep Beer Safe To Drink

Here’s How Traditional Brewing Processes Keep Beer Safe To Drink

Every brewer should leverage these five things to keep beer safe from food borne pathogens, and you're probably already doing them!Read More

Hop Evaluation Guidelines for Brewers Hop Selection Update 2021

Hop Evaluation Guidelines for Brewers

The Brewers Association Supply Chain Subcommittee shares helpful tips and best practices for evaluating hops at selection.Read More

New Ruling on Gluten Claims Aligns TTB with FDA gluten free labeling

New Ruling on Gluten Claims Aligns TTB with FDA

On October 13, 2020, the TTB released TTB Ruling 2020-2 – an expected amendment of its policies towards gluten claims. Read More

FDA Publishes Final Rule on Gluten-Free Claims for Fermented Foods

FDA Publishes Final Rule on Gluten-Free Claims for Fermented Foods

The FDA recently finalized regulations governing gluten-free claims for fermented and hydrolyzed foods, including beer.Read More

Restarting Yeast After a Prolonged Shutdown reopening yeast

Restarting Yeast After a Prolonged Shutdown

As brewers restart brewing operations after prolonged shutdown, one of the first considerations will be procuring pitchable quantities of viable yeast. Read More

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