Yeast and fermentation training
As experts in yeast and fermentation we understand the pivotal role that the fermentation process plays in determining beer quality and brewery productivity. Our courses allow you to blend practice with theory. Courses can be tailored to help you develop a better understanding of your particular fermentation systems and practices, or kept more general for those who are using the training as preparation for professional examinations.
Courses can be tailored to be as short as one day or as long as a week. On-site laboratory practicals and demonstrations can be used to develop skills and understanding.
Beer filtration training
Beer filtration is often one of the rate-limiting steps in production, and sometimes the most problematic. Short run lengths, poor beer clarity, and hygiene problems can all result in beer being unavailable for packaging. The result? - lost efficiency both in the brewery and packaging hall. While some filtration problems have their origin in the filter room itself, most problems originate further upstream.
Our three-day course develops your brewers' understanding of how filterabilty and beer quality are affected by raw materials, brewhouse practices, fermentation practices, yeast and yeast handling practices, beer maturation, and beer end-processing.