Poster Hours

Level 4, State Ballroom

Thursday, June 5​
​8:00–11:00 a.m ​Poster Setup
11:45 a.m.–2:00 p.m.​ Poster Viewing
Authors present:
12:30–1:00 p.m. Even numbers
1:00–1:30 p.m. Odd numbers

Friday, June 6
​11:45 a.m.–2:00 p.m. ​ Poster Viewing
Authors present:
12:30–1:00 p.m. Odd numbers
1:00–1:30 p.m. Even numbers
2:00–2:30 p.m.​ Poster Take-down*​

*Posters MUST be removed from the State Ballroom by 2:30 p.m. on Friday. Any posters remaining after this time will be destroyed.


M-45      Simon Henke. Solid-liquid separation of high-gravity mashes with a decanter centrifuge

M-46      Calum Holmes. The impacts of steam injection technology upon volatile formation and stripping during wort boiling

M-47      Johannes Tippmann. Influence of formation of hot trub and kinetic chemistry during wort boiling

M-48      Brian Faivre. Define your brewery automation, or this guy will

M-49      Johannes Preiss. Old-fashioned processing integrated in a brand new brewhouse

M-50      Udo Kattein. Brewing beer versus brewing sake—What makes the difference?

M-51      Kenneth Berg. Gluten content of some commercial American beers

M-52      Michael Koppelman. A simple, quantitative approach to beer freshness

M-54      Niels Mastrup. Which filter? A guide to beer clarification in the 21st century

M-55      Julia Hoffmann. Rapid detection and identification of 30 beer-spoilage bacteria in one test

M-56      Hilary Kane. Automated wort and beer quality control analysis

M-57      Frank Verkoelen. Segmented filter system—A proven, revolutionary design

M-59      Toru Kishimoto. Development of the mercury-free analytical method for the quantification of hop-derived thiols in beer

M-62      Gregg Norris. New aspects of brewhouse configurations for mid-size brewers: Have the optimal system right from the start!

M-63      David Griggs. Heritage barley varieties—Going back for the future?

M-64      David Griggs. A clear choice for haze-free beers

M-65      Ryoichi Kanatani. The LOX-1-less malting barley varieties—Breeding of high-end barley varieties

M-66      Kouji Mima. Handling techniques of lightweight cartons

M-67      Bob Pease. The role of eco-friendly processes in packaging beer

M-68      Adam Stowitts. Beer in PET: The answer to beer packaging headaches

M-70      Manaf Farhan. High-rate anaerobic digester systems for brewery wastewater treatment and electricity generation: Wastewater characterization, system description, required footprint, construction, start-up and operation, and derived benefits

M-71      Matthew Silver. Brewing a sustainable footprint: Generating energy while treating wastewater for reuse

M-73      Juerg Zuber. Sustainability of beer filtration

M-74      Verena Blomenhofer. Regenerative cooling in breweries

M-75      Josef Bloder. Aspects of optical and traditional measurement of dissolved carbon dioxide by in-line, at-line, and laboratory instrumentation

M-76      J. P. Northrop. Aspects of in-line instrument measuring principles for alcohol determination, with introduction of a new low-cost method

M-77      Benjamin Bailey. Implementation of real-time PCR to ensure bacteria-free yeast propagations in a mid-sized craft brewery

M-79      Pritee Gaikwad. Speedy Breedy: Rapid and reliable detection of microbial contamination in brewing

M-80      Joseph Spearot. Effect of the early-pitching method on beer composition during the brewing process

M-81      R. Alex Speers. The types and properties of yeasts and bacteria isolated during a microbiological survey of Lindores Abbey


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