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Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture

Analytical testing in brewing

sponsored by Cytiva

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June 26, 2020
11am EDT


People have been brewing beer for over 6000 years. Today, beer is more popular than ever, produced around the world by micro-breweries, industrial scale breweries, and even home-based hobbyists. Modern brewers use a lot of science to deliver the quality and characteristics their customers expect. A large range of analytical methods are used to monitor the brewing process and to achieve consistency in the characteristics of each brand. This webinar gives an overview of the analytical processes and key applications used throughout the brewing process and the importance of sample filtration.

Learning Objectives

  • An overview of the importance of analytical testing throughout brewing
  • Understanding of the key analytical tests that are undertaken
  • Understand of why and the importance of sample filtration

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