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5 Quality Elements To Implement Right Now

What’s remarkable about these overlooked quality functions is that they are often both incredibly effective and incredibly inexpensive.Read More

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5 Brewers Association Resources to Help You Brew Quality Beer

If there is one common principal that everyone shares in the beer industry, it is the importance of ensuring the quality of every beer that reaches consumers. We often think of sparkling beakers and pristine white lab coats when the …Read More

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Michigan State University Malting Barley Quality Lab

In response to the rapidly growing craft beer industry in Michigan, farmers throughout the state are bringing malting barley back into their crop rotation to supply the growing demand for locally sourced ingredients. High quality grain with the potential to …Read More

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Craft Maltsters Guild HACCP and Quality Education

Craft maltsters play a critical role in promoting and celebrating the small, independent, traditional and innovative culture of American craft brewers. Grant The Brewers Association awarded grant provides support for the Craft Maltsters Guild to develop educational programs and technical resources for …Read More

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Oregon State University Malt Lab

The Oregon State University Malt Lab was developed to produce research pilot malts with optimal quality, and in sufficient quantity for meaningful testing and brewing. This lab will support research that is focused on meeting the needs of craft brewers, …Read More

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Chef + Brewer = Elevated Beer + Food Pairings

Food is a culmination of different ingredients (fruit, vegetables, dairy, proteins, herbs, and spices) mixed with acid, fat, or liquid, served raw or cooked in liquid, or over fire, heat, or smoke. The skillful manipulation of these ingredients can completely …Read More

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Quality Assurance in the Brewpub

Many brewpubs—and small breweries in general—fail to institute a quality control program because they don’t have the financial resources or necessary space for a lot of sophisticated lab equipment. But even without the latest equipment, you can still focus on …Read More

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