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Cleaning the Brew Kettle

The brew kettle is possibly the most critical piece of equipment in the brewhouse. The wort boiling process is where intense heating will condense the wort, drive off unwanted volatiles like DMS, develop malt flavors, isomerize and solubilize hop acids, and effectively sterilize the wort prior to subsequent cooling and yeast pitch. In order for the brew kettle to perform its job successfully its heating surfaces must be clean enough to efficiently transfer heat to the wort.

 

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  • DMS breakdown during wort boiling

    Q: What time is needed for DMS breakdown during wort boiling?

    A: Dynamic low-pressure boiling uses a temperature range of 100–103°C for wort boiling. Necessary parameters of wort boiling, such as the stripping of dimethyl sulfide (DMS), can be widely influenced by a number of factors including the number of pressure build-up intervals, the intensity of the pressure, and the rate of alteration of the pressure (Δp/ΔT). Read More...

 

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District Northwest

Registration is now open for the District Northwest Fall Meeting, which will take place November 14-15 in Bend, Oregon. View the event site for detailed itinerary and registration information.

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 WHAT'S BREWING?

 

MBAA Technical Director Opening

MBAA is seeking immediate applications for the position of MBAA Technical Director. 2014TechDirectJobDescription.pdfRead the job description here. Each submitting candidate is asked to address the accompanying questions in their cover letter. Deadline for applications is December 5. Please send confidential letter of interest and resume to mbaaplacement@scisoc.org.
 

Introducing Webinars on Tap!

MBAA is expanding its online tools by offering webinars on a number of technical topics. On November 19 and 26, "Beer Labels 101" will discuss in two parts types of labels used by the brewing industry, the print processes used to create those labels. and the overall process of having labels produced.

 

 CONTINUING EDUCATION

 

Webinar on Tap: Beer Labels—Part 2

November 26, 2014
 

Brewery Packaging Technology Course

April 26-May 7, 2015
Madison, Wisconsin
 
 

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