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Beer & Brewing History Special Event at Siebel Institute

Beer is one of the oldest and most beloved beverages in human history, with roots dating back over 10,000 years. But what do we know about the history of beer and brewing? And more importantly, how do we make sure… Read more

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Genetically Engineered in the Brewing Space – A review of Terminology, Science and Regulation

Genetic Engineering has been a tool used in many different areas of commercial agriculture from corn to papaya, since the early 1980s. Although this gene-editing tool has been near ubiquitous in agriculture (at least in the United States), there is… Read more

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Lager Brewing Made Easy

Lager is the most popular category of beer in the world. While lager beers can vary in color and flavor, light lagers such as pilsner are by far the most consumed beer style worldwide, so much so that the word… Read more

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Lallemand Brewing Quarterly Newsletter – issue 13

For this first edition of 2023, we asked experts and industry leaders to share their opinions on what we expect to see happening in the world of brewing this year. We cover market trends as well as technical articles on… Read more

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Brewing-Distilling inter-relationships (of the yeasty kind) by Prof. Graeme Walker

Brewing and distilling are sister industries After all, as a Scottish distiller once told me: Beer is just whisky waiting to be made! There are many similarities, and of course some salient differences, between beer and spirits production processes. Nevertheless,… Read more

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Fermentation, what is next ? with Dr. Laura Burns

Discover what Dr. Laura Burns, a renowned scientist in the industry and Director of Research at Omega Yeasts, can teach us about the future of fermentation. Your brewing journey has been very expansive, from production to working for a yeast… Read more

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Focusing on the future of the brewing industry with Mark Dredge

Mark Dredge is a beer writer and creator of the BeerDredge beer flavour wheels. He answered a few questions for us about his vision of where the industry is headed. As a well-known beer writer with knowledge from history to… Read more

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Learning from 2022 to build 2023 with Dr. Ina Verstl

Dr. Ina Verstl, German-based brewing publication, Brauwelt International’s editor and author, gives her point of view on the pandemic’s effect on the brewing industry, the challenges ahead and the majors trends for 2023. What were the biggest takeaways from the… Read more

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Focus on the leading American market with Mitch Steele

Mitch Steele of New Realm Brewing Co. and chairman of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Brewers Guild shares his vision of the American market. What beers styles did your customers gravitate to this year?  You have been through many… Read more

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Hop biotransformation & Yeast by Richard W. Molitor & Dr. Thomas H. Shellhammer

A Focus on Releasing Polyfunctional Thiols During Fermentation While historically hops (Humulus lupulus) were added for their preservative properties and aroma and flavor was a side benefit, consumers’ current interest in hop-forward styles like the IPA has placed aroma front… Read more

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