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Gain access to the best research from the 2014 MBAA Annual Conference! The Online Proceedings include over 80 presentations from the meeting held in Chicago, IL, June 5-7, 2014. Oral presentations include the author’s full slide show complete with graphics, and posters can be magnified to focus on specific figures, images, tables, and graphs.

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MBAA Oral Presentations
MBAA Poster Presentations
MBAA Workshops
MBAA Special Sessions

Joint Workshop

ASBC Oral Presentations
ASBC Poster Presentations
ASBC Workshops
ASBC Special Sessions

MBAA Oral Presentations

M-1. Hiroki Fujiwara. Development of fed-batch culture method of brewing yeast
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M-2. Henry Maca. A unique system for propagating high fermentative capacity yeast, enhanced with “yeast propagation management” capabilities
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M-3. Graham Stewart. The concept of nature–nurture applied to brewer’s yeast and wort fermentation
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M-4. Yosuke Tajika. The control of higher alcohol and ester production in high-temperature fermentation
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M-5. Eric Gore. Corrosion of process piping and equipment in breweries
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M-6. Ashton Lewis. Vacuum really does suck
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M-7. Kevin McEnery. Considerations for brewery automation
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M-8. Iain Whitehead. Yeast production and multivariate statistical process control: Utilization of on-line data for statistical control of yeast propagation as a batch-wise process
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M-10. Marlon Cabrera. The true history of Cervecera de Puerto Rico winner of Uptime Awards 2013 Best Green Reliability Program
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M-11. Manaf Farhan. Optimizing performance of existing brewery anaerobic digester systems for organic content removal, biogas production, and electricity generation
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M-12. Jeff Hutchison. Identifying hidden opportunities in your operations: Benefits of a total plant approach
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M-13. Michael Davis. Biotechnology and malting barley variety development—GM barley?
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M-14. Martina Gastl. Open up a new era in evaluation of spring barley varieties
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M-15. Yusuke Ishizuka. The influence of protein characteristics of malt on beer quality
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M-16. Junya Yamadera. A novel malting method for improvement in bitter quality of beer
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M-17. Steve Gonzalez. Bourbon barrel aging optimization
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M-18. Val Peacock. Brewing trials with the new Alsatian hop varieties Aramis and Triskel
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M-19. Tatiana Praet. The hunt for “hoppy” compounds: Formation and flavor-activity of hop-derived sesquiterpene oxidation products
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M-20. Graeme Walker. Faba beer? Potential of Faba bean starch as a brewing adjunct
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M-21. Dirk Loeffler. Chemical safety and hazardous interactions between products and equipment
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M-22. Dale Rothenberger. Is there trouble brewing for craft brewers? Workplace and environmental safety are areas of your business you need to address
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M-23. Virgil McDonald. Meeting the challenge of establishing a research brewery
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M-24. Brad Rush. Building a better tomorrow: What today’s brewery employees need to know to be successful
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M-25. Jeroen Baert. A springboard to understanding beer flavor stability: The role of bound-state aldehydes.
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M-26. Henri Fischer. Flash pasteurization—Advantages, weak points, remarkable points
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M-27. Frank-Jurgen Methner. Practical aspects to minimize the risk of oxidation and haze formation during beer production
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M-28. Daniel Weber. Controlling yeast and priming parameters for bottle conditioning
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M-29. Thomas Becher. Experience-based simplification of the lautering process—Scientific results of a flow optimization at the lauter tun
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M-30. Jörg Engstle. Characterization of horizontal layers of the lautering filter cake
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M-31. Matthias Kern. Development of a combined mashing and lautering system using direct steam and inert gas
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M-32. Eric Samp. A practical approach to controlling the formation of trans-2 nonenal and sensory perception of papery off-notes in packaged beer, a six sigma approach
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M-33. Stephen O'Sullivan. Sustainability—From an equipment manufacturer's standpoint
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M-34. Timothy Rynders. A New Belgium case study: Anaerobic membranes for process waste treatment?—Are breweries ready for membranes? Can they really save you money?
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M-35. Andrew Welford. Diatomaceous earth spent filter cake recycling: Waste or a resource?
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M-36. Mark Wilson. Exploring energy efficiencies in scaling up to a larger brewhouse
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M-37. Chris Baugh. Bottle finish design and its effect on sheared finish package failure
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M-38. David Duff. An explanation for corrosion in highly efficient stainless-steel tunnel pasteurizers and the options for reducing the corrosive environment and protecting the stainless steel
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M-39. Johannes Tippmann. Investigations on draught hopping
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M-40. Ken Grantham. Proper maintenance of keg spears with regards to safety of personnel and equipment
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M-41. Javier Gomez-Lopez. Astringent: A case study in product development
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M-44. Andres Tipler. A novel gas chromatographic system to characterize volatile components in beer and its ingredients
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M-45. Simon Henke. Solid-liquid separation of high-gravity mashes with a decanter centrifuge
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M-72. Tom Bachman. Waste-to-energy—Biomass benefits at Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
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M-83. Ron Duszanskyj. Formation of color and flavor compounds in crystal malt

M-84. Karl Ockert. An MBAA Beer Steward method of classifying beer by flavor instead of style
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MBAA Poster Presentations

M-45. Simon Henke. Solid-liquid separation of high-gravity mashes with a decanter centrifuge
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M-46. Calum Holmes. The impacts of steam injection technology upon volatile formation and stripping during wort boiling
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M-47. Johannes Tippmann. Influence of formation of hot trub and kinetic chemistry during wort boiling
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M-48. Brian Faivre. Define your brewery automation, or this guy will
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M-49. Johannes Preiss. Old-fashioned processing integrated in a brand new brewhouse
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M-50. Udo Kattein. Brewing beer versus brewing sake—What makes the difference?
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M-51. Kenneth Berg. Gluten content of some commercial American beers
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M-52. Michael Koppelman. A simple, quantitative approach to beer freshness
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M-54. Niels Mastrup. Which filter? A guide to beer clarification in the 21st century
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M-55. Julia Hoffmann. Rapid detection and identification of 30 beer-spoilage bacteria in one test
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M-56. Hilary Kane. Automated wort and beer quality control analysis
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M-57. Frank Verkoelen. Segmented filter system—A proven, revolutionary design
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M-59. Toru Kishimoto. Development of the mercury-free analytical method for the quantification of hop-derived thiols in beer
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M-62. Gregg Norris. New aspects of brewhouse configurations for mid-size brewers: Have the optimal system right from the start!
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M-63. David Griggs. Heritage barley varieties—Going back for the future?
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M-64. David Griggs. A clear choice for haze-free beers
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M-65. Ryoichi Kanatani. The LOX-1-less malting barley varieties—Breeding of high-end barley varieties
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M-66. Kouji Mima. Handling techniques of lightweight cartons
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M-67. Bob Pease. The role of eco-friendly processes in packaging beer
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M-68. Adam Stowitts. Beer in PET: The answer to beer packaging headaches
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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
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M-71. Matthew Silver. Brewing a sustainable footprint: Generating energy while treating wastewater for reuse
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M-73. Juerg Zuber. Sustainability of beer filtration
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M-74. Verena Blomenhofer. Regenerative cooling in breweries
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M-75. Josef Bloder. Aspects of optical and traditional measurement of dissolved carbon dioxide by in-line, at-line, and laboratory instrumentation
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M-76. J. P. Northrop. Aspects of in-line instrument measuring principles for alcohol determination, with introduction of a new low-cost method
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M-77. Benjamin Bailey. Implementation of real-time PCR to ensure bacteria-free yeast propagations in a mid-sized craft brewery
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M-79. John Griffin. Speedy Breedy: Rapid and reliable detection of microbial contamination in brewing
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M-80. Joseph Spearot. Effect of the early-pitching method on beer composition during the brewing process
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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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MBAA Workshops

Achieving Beer Characteristics through Yeast Strain Selection and Fermentation Management

Yeast Strain Fermentation Differentiation: A Case Study
Neva Parker, White Labs, Inc. | View Presentation

Brewing Engineering

Mash Kettle - Layout and Characteristics
Tobias Becher, Ziemann International GmbH | View Presentation

Thermal Process Engineering for Brewers
Fred Scheer, Krones Inc. | View Presentation

Beer Stability and Hazing

Research Findings On Haze Formation From Transition Metals And Some Tips For Addressing This Problem
Frank-Jürgen Methner, Technische Universität Berlin | View Presentation

Growing Pains of a Successful Brewery, Part 1

Two-site brewing operations and Flavor Matching
Tim Matthews, Oskar Blues Brewery; Eric Baumann, Oskar Blues Brewery | View Presentation

Raising the Bar: Considerations When Upgrading to a Larger Modern Brewhouse
Gregg Norris, GEA Process Engineering, Inc. | View Presentation

Flavor Matching Pains of a Successful Brewery
Larry Sidor, Crux Fermentation Project | View Presentation

Growing Pains of a Successful Brewery, Part 2

First Brewpub Then A Brewery
Josh Deth, Revolution Brewing | View Presentation

Managing Regulatory Compliance
Connie Green, Stone Brewing Co. | View Presentation

Growing Pains of a Successful Brewery
Jeremy Marshall, Lagunitas Brewing Co. | View Presentation

Maintaining Quality During the Growth of your Brewery
Ruth Martin, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. | View Presentation

Federal formula and Labeling Requirements for Malt Beverages
Mary Rait, Craft Brewers Alliance | View Presentation

Sustainability: Zeroing in on Zero Waste

Brewing a Successful Zero Waste Program
Cheri Chastain, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.; Ian Hughes, Goose Island Beer Company | View Presentation

The Truth about Bitterness Units

The IBU Method, its Creation and what it Measures
Val Peacock, Hop Solutions, Inc. | View Presentation

Dry Hopping Contributions to Bitterness
Tom Shellhammer, Oregon State University | View Presentation

MBAA Special Sessions

Brewing Fundamentals: Hops I

Hop Chemistry 101
John Paul Maye, S.S. Steiner | View Presentation

Hop Quality
Daniel Sharp, Oregon State University | View Presentation

New Developments in Hopping
Mitch Steele, Stone Brewing Co. | View Presentation

Brewing Fundamentals: Hops II

Hops and Beer Flavor
Tim Kostelecky, John I. Haas, Inc. | View Presentation

Hops in the Brewhouse: Experiencing Varietal Variation
Zach Turner, Hopunion LLC | View Presentation

Joint Workshop

Food Safety I

HACCP - Form 10: Verification/Validation
Rob Fraser, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. | View Presentation

Food Safety Modernization Act – Animal Foods Proposed Rule and Brewers’ Spent Grains
Patricia Pratt, MillerCoors | View Presentation

Food Safety II

HACCP: Implementing Change
Shawn Theriot, Deschutes Brewery | View Presentation

Food Safety Culture Change
Brian Wiersema, Virginia Tech Food Science & Technology | View Presentation

ASBC Oral Presentations

A-1. Chris Powell. The relationship between very high-gravity fermentations, yeast stress, and key performance indicators

A-2. Chris Boulton. Proposals for improvements in the design and operation of high-capacity cylindroconical fermentation and conditioning vessels
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A-3. Chunfeng Liu. Biogenic amines during brewing process

A-5. Karl Siebert. Chemesthesis: The third part of flavor perception
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A-6. Masaaki Habara. Accelerated test and quality assessment of tastes by using e-tongue

A-7. Joanne Hort. Beyond bubbles: The contribution of carbonation to flavor perception in beer and variation in individual response
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A-8. Curtis Eaton. Happiness from hoppiness? Comparing emotional response to sensory properties of beer between the U.K. and Spain
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A-9. Christoph Neugrodda. Comparison of foam analysis methods and the impact of beer components

A-10. Guy Derdelinckx. Primary gushing of beer under the magnifying glass of "exact science"
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A-11. Alicia Munoz Insa. Lightstruck flavor reduction by increasing polyphenol content in beer

A-12. Norio Doi. Mechanism of dimethyl trisulfide formation in stored beer
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A-13. Patricia Pratt. Food Safety Modernization Act—Potential implications for the brewing industry
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A-14. Johannes Tippmann. Standards on draught beer in Germany

A-15. Crispin Howitt. Development of ultra-low-gluten barley for brewing and food applications for subjects with gluten intolerance or coeliac disease
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A-16. Brett Taubman. Determination of prolamin concentrations in malt beverages using the RIDASCREEN gliadin competitive enzyme immunoassay
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A-17. Evan Evans. Malt screening for premature yeast flocculation (PYF) based on QPCR detection of the microbial genera associated with or causal of PYF
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A-18. Aaron MacLeod. Levels of starch degrading enzymes in new malting barley varieties grown in western Canada and their relationship with grain protein

A-19. Jean Titze. Sour wort concentrate as an efficient alternative to traditional biological acidification or the use of acidified malt
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A-20. Yueshu Li. What can we expect from newer Canadian malting barley varieties?
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A-21. Leif-Alexander Garbe. The occurrence of trihydroxy fatty acids in beer—myths, facts, recent findings, and future trends

A-22. Jörg Maxminer. A comparison of electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy with other staling indices to assess the impacts of brewhouse gallotannin addition on beer flavor stability
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A-23. Marianne Lund. What is the fate of 1-hydroxyethyl radicals in beer? Do thiol-containing proteins and peptides play an antioxidative role?

A-24. Ruslan Hofmann. Turbidity identification: Approach to differentiate the nature of beer deposits
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A-25. John Sheppard. What brewers should know about viability, vitality, and overall brewing fitness: A mini-review
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A-26. Konrad Müller-Auffermann. An alternative method for determining yeast vitality
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A-27. Dan Driscoll. Leveraging next generation sequencing in brewing quality control
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A-28. Kei Asada. Characteristic analyses of a special bottom-fermenting yeast with a fruity elegant flavor

A-29. Luis Castro. Correlation between sensory analysis and volatile composition of beer using multivariate analysis: Effect of the beer matrix on the sensory perception and volatile fraction behavior
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A-30. Laura Marques. The use of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) technology for advancing sensory beer flavor stability predictions and brewery improvements
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A-31. Qi Li. Hydrogen bonding associations in dilution beer with high-gravity brewing

A-32. Konrad Neumann. Tracking oxidative degradation of linoleic acid by incorporation of isotope labels in aroma active products cis- and trans-4,5-epoxy-2E-decenal
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A-33. Brad Rush. Understanding raw materials and their impact on the finished product
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A-34. Katrina Christiansen. Playing second fiddle: Making wheat malt user-friendly
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A-35. Konrad Müller-Auffermann. Characterization of the fermentation performances and properties of bottom-fermenting, industrial relevant yeast stems
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A-36. Rachel Hotchko. A survey of common lactones found in commercially produced dry-hopped beers

A-37. Victor Algazzali. Bitterness intensity of hop acid oxidation products—Humulinones and hulupones
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A-39. Thomas Shellhammer. Varietal dependency of hop-derived water-soluble flavor precursors in beer
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A-40. Mark Zunkel. Characterization of Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Citra, and Topaz hops and their impact on the aroma properties of three single-hopped beers using whirlpool hopping
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A-41. Matthew Farber. Biotechnology, biosensors, and beer: The measurement of proteases relevant to brewing
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A-42. Kei Saeki. Analysis of beer foam stability-affecting vacuolar protease PrA and its relevant proteins

A-44. Nils Rettberg. Lipid analysis in brewing—A case study

ASBC Poster Presentations

A-45. Yang He. Production of flavor compounds and expression of genes involved in higher alcohol and ester formation during industrial-scale high-gravity brewing
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A-46. Jan Biering. Oscillating conditions in yeast fermentation: Multiposition sensors and improved sampling for process optimization
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A-47. John Carvell. A comparison of new digital imaging technique for yeast cell counting and viability with traditional methods
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A-48. Ashima Nayyar. Correlation of cell surface properties of industrial yeast strains to their functional role in fermentation
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A-49. Gudrun Vogeser. Microbiology in process control made easy—Is PCR finally available for everybody?
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A-50. Alex Speers. Quantification and examination of zymolectin cell surface levels and other cell characteristics in brewing yeast sub-populations using a flow cytometric assay
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A-52. Taku Ota. Crossbreeding of bottom-fermenting yeast strains by a novel method for effective isolation of mating-competent cells

A-53. Leo Chan. Image-based cytometric analysis of fluorescent viability and vitality staining methods for Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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A-54. Benjamin Haeffner. Spent grains as a renewable energy source: Procedural solutions to optimize the wet-fermentation process

A-56. Gudrun Vogeser. Specific detection of bacteria and yeasts in downstream process control of beer and related products
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A-57. Tiffany Andres. Analyzing the sugar and flavor profile of Brettanomyes wild yeast during primary versus secondary fermentation
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A-58. Ruslan Hofmann. The influence of up- and downright bottle storage on oxygen permeation through crown corks
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A-59. Jason Porter. Manganese in brewing and beer
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A-60. Martina Gastl. Maltodextrins—The body builders!

A-62. Zhumao Jiang. A novel approach to brew alcohol-free beer

A-63. Frank Verkoelen. Differentiated total package oxygen (TPO) measurement for improved packaging and product quality
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A-65. Muriel Steele. Comparison of life cycle impacts of brewing with locally and conventionally sourced ingredients
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A-66. C. David Thornton. Value-added processing of brewery wastes for production of feed, fuel, and fertilizer utilizing larvae and algae
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A-68. Matthias Kern. Use of direct steam and inert gas for heating and mixing—A new mashing system with various advantages

A-69. Daniel Vollmer. Oxidative storage conditions influence the aroma and flavor of Hallertauer Mittelfrüh in dry-hopped lager beer
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A-70. Daniel Sharp. Influence of hop regime, hop cultivar, and yeast on the hop aroma in beers using descriptive sensory analysis
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A-72. Gilles Goemaere. Improvement of beer flavor stability through wort protection against oxidation
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A-73. Yongxian Li. Variation of bitter substances from hop pellets during storage
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A-74. Meghan Peltz. Effect of ethanol content on sensory aroma detection thresholds of hop compounds in water and beer
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A-75. Ellen Parkin. Investigations into the bitterness of dry-hopped beer
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A-76. Sonia Collin. Polyfunctional thiol potential of new dual hop varieties for late- and dry-hopping: Flavor stability through beer aging

A-77. Pattie Aron. Identification and characterization of 1,3-pentadiene in commercially produced hop extract and its potential impact on hop product and lager beer quality
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A-78. Brett Taubman. A comparative analysis of aroma active compounds in hops grown in North Carolina and the Pacific Northwest via headspace GC-MS
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A-79. David Riveros. Physical differences among class II hydrophobins affect their self-assembly mechanism and hence their gushing potential
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A-80. Linjiang Zhu. Emerging factors blocking wort filtration during beer brewing using corn starch as adjunct

A-81. Simon Henke. About the influence of mass transfer phenomena on starch gelatinization during mashing

A-82. Makoto Kawasaki. Novel two-phase wort boiling process for energy saving

A-83. Philippe Cario. DE-free beer filtration: Innovative alternative to improve quality and cost efficiency on traditional equipment
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A-84. Katy Benson. Metabolomics and hopping
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A-85. Shumin Hu. Effect of glucanase, xylanase, and proteinase on starch degradation during mashing

A-86. Austin Gregoire. An investigation into the use of hops in the whirlpool and the impact on wort during the whirlpool process

A-87. Timothy D’Andrea. Thermal decomposition kinetics of iso-alpha- acids
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A-88. Hisato Imashuku. Improved utilization of alpha-acids and varied aroma characters by pre-incubation of hops
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A-89. Marcus Vinje. Evaluating differences between micromalted and laboratory germinated barley
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A-90. Gregg Hasman. Direct quantitative analysis of alpha- and beta- acids by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
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A-91. Roman Ortiz. Analysis of selected aldehydes in packaged beer by solid-phase microextraction (SPME)-gas chromatography-negative chemical ionization mass spectrometry (GC-NCIMS)
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A-92. Peter Brugger. Influence of fluorescence of dark beers on haze measurement
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A-94. Luis Castro. Development and optimization of a solid-phase dynamic extraction (SPDE) method for volatile compound determination in beer
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A-95. Luis Castro. The use of stir bar sorptive extraction and solid- phase microextraction for the determination of beer flavor compounds
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A-96. Nils Rettberg. Retooling hop oil analysis—Enantioselective gas chromatography–mass spectrometry empowers the investigation of flavor and bioactive compounds

A-97. Atsushi Ohuchi. Determination of ethanol in low alcohol beer by headspace GC-FID: 2013 BCOJ collaborative work
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A-98. Grant Ruehle. Instrumental methods for measuring flavor changes over the shelf life of beer
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A-101. Stanley Duke. Comparisons of barley malt amylolytic enzyme thermostabilities to wort osmolyte concentrations, malt extract, ASBC measures of malt quality, and initial enzyme activities

A-102. Elizabeth Humston-Fulmer. Gas chromatography with time-offlight mass spectrometry for aroma profiling

A-103. Brett Taubman. Profiling the shelf life and shelf stability of hop and malt driven beers using SBSE-TD-GC-MS/O and trained sensory panel evaluation
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A-104. Darrin Smith. Chemical profile analysis of beer using direct analysis in real time mass spectrometry (DART-MS)
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A-105. Jack Saad. Complete size characterization of diatomaceous earth
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A-106. Tove Wichmann. Escaping the event horizon of attenuation control’s black hole
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A-107. Javier Gomez-Lopez. Burnt caramel: From the flavor wheel to the tasting room
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ASBC Workshops

Packaging Quality

Packaging Quality Workshop
Rob Fraser, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. | View Presentation

Malt Analytical Laboratories Discussion and Workshop

NIR Application in Malting
Yueshu Li, Canadian Malting Barley Technical Center | View Presentation

Sensory Workshop—How to Get to the Next Level

Sensory Workshop—How to Get to the Next Level
Lindsay Guerdrum, New Belgium Brewing Co. | View Presentation

Threshold Testing and the ASBC Flavor Spiking Calculator
Ian McLaughlin, Craft Brew Alliance | View Presentation

Running a Sensory Program in a Multi-Facility/Multi-Beverage Facility
Sue Thompson, MillerCoors | View Presentation

Turning Data into Information to Make Decisions—“The Science of Beer” in an Information Age

Running a Sensory Program in a Multi-Facility/Multi-Beverage Facility
Gina Shellhammer, GSJ Consulting | View Presentation

ASBC Special Sessions

Analytical Forum
Wort Contamination by Hydrophobins: How to Detect and What to Do

Status of the microbiological contamination
Martina Gastl, TU Munchen | View Presentation

Immunological detection of Fusarium hydrophobins in barley and malt
Tuija Sarlin, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland | View Presentation

Special Session
Emerging Issues/New and Alternate Methods of Analysis

Emerging Issues
Dave Maradyn, Novozymes North America, Inc. | View Presentation

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