In today's brewing environment, a quality program takes on many forms, each unique to the brewery's needs and capabilities. Any brewery of any size can begin a quality program by focusing on collecting, analyzing, and utilizing information important to their individual brewing processes. Learning to collect, analyze and utilize actionable data gives breweries the power to correct quality issues, influence the course of their beer throughout the process, and look toward the future of their brand. This panel presentation will provide insight into the quality programs of breweries at varying sizes, to give real world examples of how breweries are working with quality-focused practices.
Immediately following this session (using this same registration), we will be joined by Petainer for a discussion on one way kegs, how they are constructed, their advantages and disadvantages and how they work in the market place. What test and procedure are really necessary to make sure your kegs are being washed, sterilized and filled correctly. This is brought to you by Petainer