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Kveik Yeast: From Farmhouse Obscurity to Craft Darling

In western Norway, farmhouse brewers do not buy yeast. Instead, they inherit it from their parents or grandparents, or simply get it from their neighbors. The yeast is repitched from batch to batch, seemingly endlessly. This is how brewers all …Read More

Efficient Hop Flavor

In a world of ever-increasing competition, brewers are seeking more efficient and environmentally friendly ways to produce flavorful beer. Hop pellets have been the traditional means by which brewers have imparted bitterness, taste, and aroma during the beer production. However, …Read More

Getting the Most from Your Hops: Oil Components, Behavior in Beer and Understanding Certificates of Analysis for Modern Recipe Design | Presented by Yakima Chief Hops [Sponsored]

Which hops make the most impact in the kettle, whirlpool, and dry hop? In this seminar, the Yakima Chief Hops Technical Solutions team discusses recent research in hop compounds, specifically flavors and aromas that translate into beer character. They cover …Read More

Yeast Storage Solutions: Theory and Practice

Methods have been developed for potentially storing yeast for longer periods, which have been investigated by the team at Lazarus Brewing Company. Results of these investigations are shared and discussed in this presentation, as well as the theory behind storage …Read More

Breakdown of a Malt COA – Bucket Analysis Approach

In this seminar, experienced maltsters and brewers thoroughly explain each of the malt certificate of analysis (COA) specifications and a how a maltster or brewer may be able to control them within their processes. Following the breakdown of the COA, …Read More

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