Wired contributing editor and Slate and New York Times columnist Brendan Koerner moderates a debate between beer can and glass bottle suppliers as they discuss the benefits of each package type and are challenged on perceived drawbacks. Read More
With the combined experiences of these technical brewery experts, there will not be many problems this panel cannot address. Bring your troubleshooting questions and learn from their experience. Read More
Ruth presents the case study “How the UK Has Initiated Minimum Standard Keg (and Cask) Specifications.” Read More
Fresh beer is neither achieved by accident, nor by focusing only on a single part of the brewing process. Breweries can produce the freshest beer by controlling a number of freshness points in the brewing process. This talk will highlight …Read More
Speakers will outline the work of New Belgium Brewing employess to develop a cross-functional, team-oriented approach to manage day-to-day consumption of natural resources. Learn tips and ideas to create your own Natural Resource Management team. Read More
Refillable Keg Guidelines provide users of refillable kegs a guideline of minimum quality recommendations and safety recommendations.Read More
We brewers take it for granted that brewing equipment of all types gets passed around from one brewery to another. If only these tanks could talk.
As craft breweries expand and rotate equipment in and out of the brewhouse, a niche of brewery “deconstructors” continues to emerge.
The goal of lautering is to separate the wort from the grain as quickly and efficiently as possible, saving money for the brewer in the form of increased grain yield.