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Yeast Management and QA/QC for Small Breweries and Brewpubs

With the right tools and training, yeast management and quality assurance can be an easy endeavor for a small brewery or brewpub. Through his work at Capitol City Brewing Company, Micah has piloted a small, inexpensive lab at the brewery. …Read More

Hop Quality Group Update

The Hop Quality Group presents some of the recent findings and provides an on-the-ground update on the changes occurring with hops for craft brewers. Read More

Quintessential Quality

Dr. Michael Lewis has trained myriad brewers over the years. He discusses what quality is, why it is important on the brewery and community levels, and how quality can be achieved and communicated to beer drinkers. Read More

MBAA HACCP

Food Safety programs are a well-established practice in most of the food industry yet they have only recently come to the attention of many craft brewers. The Master Brewers Association of the Americas has developed a web and template …Read More

Industry Updates

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

Industry Updates

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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