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Master Brewers Keynotes

Opening Keynote

An Artist Gets Invited to Speak at a Brewing Summit... News at 11. Tomme Arthur, Port Brewing Co
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Closing Keynote

The State of a Changing Craft Brewing Industry. Presentation by Bart Watson, Presented by Chris Swersey, Brewers Association
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Master Brewers Technical Sessions

Technical Session: Yeast, Fermentation, and Microbiology I

M-001. A unique approach to brewing traditional sour beers. Stephen Gonzalez, Stone Brewing Napa Taproom
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M-002. Expanding your yeast library: Bench-scale yeast strain screening for performance and organoleptic diversification. Maria Moutsoglou, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
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M-024. Not just for taste: How fermented foods and beverages provide a valuable tool for understanding microbial communities. Gary Heussler, University of California - San Diego
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Technical Session: Malt and Grains

M-004. What’s 20 SRM taste like? Diversity of specialty malt at a single color, and the different malting processes that create them. Aaron Hyde, Bevie
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M-005. Farmer => maltster => brewer? What will happen to the U.S. malt supply chain in the upcoming years? Johannes Preiss, Kaspar Schulz
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M-006. Kebari gluten-free barley: Lab to supermarket. Crispin Howitt, CSIRO
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Technical Session: Packaging (Bottles, Draft, and Cans)

M-007. Brewery packaging can line rinsing. J. David Duff, BW Integrated Systems
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M-008. Too much of a good thing: The organoleptic impact of highly dosed peracetic acid rinse on bottled beer. Ellen Lehman, MadTree Brewing Company
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M-009. Flash pasteurization—Everything you forgot to ask! Travis Audet, AB Inbev
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Technical Session: Sustainability

M-010. Understanding the environmental footprint of the beer can vs. the beer bottle from first principles. Jaime Jurado, Atwater Brewery
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M-011. Surfactant and quaternary ammonia toxicity in anaerobic fluidized bed reactors, a novel mechanism of inhibition and strategies for recovery. Walker Modic, Bell's Brewery Inc
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M-012. World class craft reduces production water: A novel vacuum pump design and ionized air bottle rinsing. Julia Person, Craft Brew Alliance
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Technical Session: Yeast, Fermentation, and Microbiology II

M-013. Case study using microbiology techniques to assess fermenter CIP efficacy. Matt Linske, Brewing and Distilling Analytical Services
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M-014. Control of flavor quality with multi-filling fermentation procedures in large-scale brewing. Taku Irie, Asahi Breweries, Ltd.
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M-015. Application of yeast extracts in the brewery. Christoph Neugrodda, Chair of Brewing and Beverage Technology, Technische Universität München
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Technical Session: Hops

M-016. Tracking IBU through the brewing process: The quest for consistency. Aaron Justus, Ballast Point Brewing
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M-017. Odor-active compounds in the German special flavor hop variety Huell Melon and their impact on beer aroma. Martin Steinhaus, Leibniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology at the Technical University of Munich
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M-018. Hidden secrets of the New England IPA. John Maye, Hopsteiner
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M-019. Developing a new bittering model: Considering new variables that influence isomerization to better calculate the IBU. Matheus Aredes, Matheus Aredes
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Technical Session: Brewery Operations

M-020. Integrating safety programs and expectations into orientation, training, and process change systems. Gary Nicholas, Nicholas Brewing Projects
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M-021. New wort, new beers?—A novel brewhouse design sheds a new light on beer quality. Konstantin Ziller, Ziemann Holvrieka GmbH
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M-022. Brewery master planning: The importance of strategizing growth. Joseph Trombley, Design Group Facility Solutions
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M-023. Fermentation analytics and automation using cloud-based, continuous, high-resolution, multi-variable real-time data of beer production acquired with low-cost sensors and Arduino-class microcomputers. Michael Koppelman, Badger Hill Brewing
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Master Brewers Posters

M-026. Brewing with fruit and its application. Craig Burns, Symbiont
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M-027. Induction-powered external calandria: Results from a demonstration project. Francesco Aimone, Induction Food Systems
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M-028. A unified communication concept for batch-oriented manufacturing for efficiency evaluation, production management, and improvements of beer production. Josef Kimberger, Technical University of Munich-Weihenstephan
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M-029. Improving brewhouse CIP using caustic and hydrogen peroxide. Dana Johnson, Birko Corporation
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M-030. A rapid detection method for beer spoiling bacteria and yeast at the tap. Hannah Donnelly, Cellix Limited
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M-031. Investigations on backflush cleaning of spent grain loaded filter cloth. Roman Werner, Technische Universität München - Chair of Brewing and Beverage Technology
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M-032. Inline blending—How to get the most out of your brewery . Phil Ellsworth, Symbiont Science, Engineering, and Construction, Inc.
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M-034. Optimize the filter room with membranes and smart engineering. Rodrigo Zampa, Pentair
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M-035. Application and evaluation of beech wood sawdust as a sustainable filter aid for pre-coat filtration. Thomas Kunz, Technische Universität Berlin
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M-036. Pre-treated functional viscose-fibers to improve oxidative and colloidal beer stability via reduced iron entry during kieselguhr filtration. Thomas Kunz, Technische Universität Berlin
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M-037. Special malt dependent selective hop dosage regime to reduce iron content and improve oxidative beer stability. Thomas Kunz, Cerveceria Polar
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M-038. Investigation of malting parameters on hull-less barley malt performance and potential flavor impact. Juan Medina, Rahr Malting Co
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M-039. foodproof real-time PCR—Convenient, safe, and fast state-of-the-art technology for the detection of spoilage bacteria and yeast and molds in craft beer. Markus Fandke, BIOTECON Diagnostics GmbH
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M-040. Exploring hop terroir through sensory analysis: Building a new method of assessment frompublished literature. Ben Boo, Mighty Axe Hops
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M-041. Development and characterization of new aroma hop variety: HBC 438. Hyun Sik Chu, John I. Haas, Inc.
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M-042. Effect of time of addition in the hop sensory profile of beers. Javier Gomez-Lopez, Campden BRI Group
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M-043. 3D molecular cytology analysis of Humulus lupulus (hop) meiotic chromosomes reveals non-disomic pairing and segregation, aneuploidy, and genomic structural variation. Katherine Easterling, Florida State University,Hopsteiner
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M-044. Effect of addition of spent hop extract on haze stability, polyphenol content, and antioxidant activity of pale ale beer. Nymisha S Ravindranath Ravindranath, Drexel University
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M-047. Realization of novel function claim "body fat reduction" for a non-alcoholic beer containing a hop-derived extract. Takahiro Yamazaki, Kirin Company Limited
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M-048. Novel beers with specific taste—Consumer acceptance. Sasa Despotovic, Faculty of Agriculture Belgrade Serbia
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M-050. Implementation of a burst bottle detection and mitigation program. Ben Bailey, Troegs Brewing Co
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M-051. How a holistic approach to track treatment on canning and bottling lines can deliver performance improvement and reduced environmental footprint. Kris Krueger, Diversey
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M-052. A culture of continuous improvement reduced packaging waste by 1%.. Leon Fyfe, Craft Brew Alliance
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M-053. Development of a dispensing system with PET kegs for craft beer at on and off-premise market. Tomohiro Toyosawa, Kirin Company, Limited
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M-054. Harmonize positive flavors in beer and food. Boris Gadzov, FlavorActiv Ltd
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M-055. Off the grid brewery—A dream or reality? Holly Churman, GHD Inc.
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M-056. How monitoring utility distribution for leaks can uncover optimization opportunities, assist maintenance troubleshooting, and reduce spend. Cassie Zwart, Diversey
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M-057. CO2 management strategies for breweries. Dwight Garrels, Benham
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M-058. Reducing annual electricity and natural gas costs utilizing on-site generation with no capital costs and no O&M costs.. Paul Beck, Unison Energy
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M-059. Determining optimal nutrient broth selection for the detection of Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. diastaticus. Brynn Keenan, Lefthand Brewing Company
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M-060. A rapid fluorescence-based bacteria counting method using Cellometer image cytometry. Kelsey McCulley, Nexcelom Bioscience LLC
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M-061. Influence of altered wort composition on selected parameters of fermentation. Magdalena Oehlschlaeger, Ziemann Holvrieka GmbH
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M-062. Prediction of CO2 purity in fermenter head-space gas.. R. Alex Speers, Canadian Institute of Fermentation Technology, Dalhousie University
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M-063. Influence of pressure treatment during fermentation on flavor components and various analytical data. Yusuke Shiozawa, Research Laboratories for Alcoholic Beverage Technologies, Kirin Co., Ltd.
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Master Brewers Workshops

Brewer and Supplier Partnerships for a Safe, Quality Brew

Brewer and Supplier Partnerships for a Safe, Quality Brew
Tatiana Lorca, Ecolab, Inc.  |  View Presentation

Supplier Food Safety Panel
Dustin Helsel, Founders Brewing Co  |  View Presentation

Food Safety Panel: Malt Supplier
Alberto Jimenez, MaltEurop

Esuring Quality: from Hops to Brew
Andy Roy, Roy Farms, Inc

Brewery Automation and Inline Instrumentation Considerations

TCO - Considerations
Darren Goodlin, Goodlin Process Solutions LLC  |  View Presentation

A Brew Master’s Perspective: Automation for Breweries
Joel Boisselle, Rockwell Automation  |  View Presentation

Brewhouse Engineering

Right-sizing the brewhouse & utilities
Jaime Jurado, Independent  |  View Presentation

Lautering
Konstantin Ziller, Ziemann Holvrieka GmbH

Brewhouse Water Treatment: The Final Frontier to Exceptional Quality Beer

Putting Brewing Water in Perspective
John Palmer, Palmer Brewing Solutions Inc  |  View Presentation

Brewery Water Purification Technologies
John Wammes, Water Works Inc.  |  View Presentation

Introduction to Brewing Water Ions
Paul Sangster, Rip Current Brewing  |  View Presentation

Effect Of Sulfate: Chloride Ratio On NE IPA
Aaron Justus, Ballast Point Brewing Company  |  View Presentation

Practical Considerations for Brewing Water Composition and Adjustment
Eric O'Connor, Thorn Brewing Company  |  View Presentation

A Conversation on Late Hopping: Flavors, Aromas, and Effects

Contributing Factors to Hop Aroma in Beer
Daniel Sharp, Ninkasi Brewing Co  |  View Presentation

Inside and Outside the Black Box: A Practical Approach to Achieving Quality in Draft Packaging

Inside and Outside the Black Box: A Practical Approach to Achieving Quality in Draft Packaging
Pulkit Agrawal, The 5th Ingredient  |  View Presentation

OSHA Emphasis and Resources for Compliance

Safety Resources
Mark Jaeggi, Sabhailteacht Solutions, LLC  |  View Presentation

Importance of Safety in the Brewery
Andrew Dagnan, Breckenridge Brewery  |  View Presentation

OSHA’s Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards
Jim Kuhr, Matt Brewing  |  View Presentation

OSHA Enforcement and Regulations
Jeremy Oria, Golden Road Brewing  |  View Presentation

Selected Topics in Packaging: Line Planning and Layout Strategy, and Approaches to D.O. Reduction

Observations on Tracing Dissolved Oxygen Pickup in Beer Packaging
Andy Tveekrem, Market Garden Brewery  |  View Presentation

Packaging Line Planning
Joseph Trombley, Design Group Facility Solutions  |  View Presentation

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Master Brewers Brewing Fundamentals

Brewing Fundamentals: Beer Clarity—Clarification and Cloudification in the Brewery I

Chillproofing in Beer
Mustafa Rehmanji, Ashland (retired)  |  View Presentation

Beer Filtration – Context, Legacy, Trends
Edward Bridge, General Filtration  |  View Presentation

Brewing Fundamentals: Beer Clarity—Clarification and Cloudification in the Brewery II

Turbidity & Turbidity Measurement - The “Big” View
Al Worley, optek-Danulat, Inc  |  View Presentation

Anatomy of a Perfect Filter Run
Ueli Ernst Schrader, LSI Logical Systems, LLC  |  View Presentation

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Joint Workshops

Demystifying Cannabis: Analysis, Compliance, and Approval as an Ingredient

The Intersection of Beer and Cannabis
Scott Hansen, Agricor Labs  |  View Presentation

Legal Considerations
Marc Sorini, McDermott Will and Emery  |  View Presentation

Medicinal Cannabis
David Grelotti, UC Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research, UC San Diego School of Medicine

Navigating the Regulatory Rapids of Hemp Extracts with Best Practices and Common Sense
Stuart Tomc, CV Sciences  |  View Presentation

Meditations on Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. diastaticus

Meditations on Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. diastaticus
Lauren Torres, Bell's Brewery, Inc.  |  View Presentation

A Plant, a Process, Safe Access, and Flavor

Comparative Biochemistry in the Cannabis Family
Paul Matthews, Hopsteiner  |  View Presentation

Flavor & Aroma Impacts of Cannabis in Beer
Jeremy Marshall, Lagunitas Brewing Co

Creating high yielding varieties and novel terpene profiles in our Industrial Hemp breeding program
John McKay, New West Genetics  |  View Presentation

Shelf Stability and Instrumental Analysis

Influences of barley, malt, special malt, coloring agents (RMB) and hop management on oxidative beer stability and aging components
Thomas Kunz, Technische Universität Berlin  |  View Presentation

Protein Rests and Shelf Stability: A Case Study
Aaron Golston, Lagunitas Brewing Co  |  View Presentation

Combination of Sensory and Chemical Analyses (GC-MS) for Evaluation of Shelf Life Stability related to Storage Condition for an American IPA
Elizabeth Humston-Fulmer, LECO Corporation  |  View Presentation

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ASBC Keynote

Opening Keynote

Make Lactic Acid Bacteria Great Again—Malting and Brewing. Elke K Arendt, University College Cork
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ASBC Technical Sessions

Technical Session: Malt and Grains I

A-001. A new analytical approach to malt aroma characterization in beer and intermediates. Michael Fechir, Trier University of Applied Sciences,Technical University of Munich
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A-002. Malt quality analysis for amylolytic enzymes and lipoxygenase revealed a new insight into the stable beer production with desired flavor profiles. Keisuke Okada, Asahi Breweries, Ltd.
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A-003. Malting quality of Fusarium head blight–infected rye (Secale cereale). Zhao Jin, North Dakota State University
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A-004. Influence of high-molecular-weight polypeptides on the smoothness of beer. Takumi Sugiyama, Research Laboratories for Alcoholic Beverage Technologies, Kirin Co., Ltd.
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Technical Session: Yeast, Fermentation, and Microbiology I

A-005. Brewing yeast from the Far East, Saccharomyces arboricola and the hybrids. Matthew Winans, Appalachian Brewer Research and West Virginia University
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A-006. Rapid assessment of yeast phenotypic diversity through the application of Raman spectroscopy. Yang He, Tsingtao Brewing Ltd
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A-007. Genomic variation amongst Brettanomyces yeasts. Chris Curtin, Oregon State University
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A-008. Do oak barrels contribute to variability of the microbiome in barrel-aged beers? Avi Shayevitz, Oregon State University
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Technical Session: Analytical I

A-009. The use of analytical methods in brewing quality control—Not as easy as we think? Joerg Maxminer, VLB Berlin
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A-010. The effects an acidified environment has on the development of aroma compounds during serial pitching. Katherine Witrick, Southern Illinois University, Fermentation Science Institute
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A-011. Rapid and solventless analysis of thiols in brewing samples. Nils Rettberg, VLB Berlin
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A-012. Investigation of haze-related protein-phenol conjugates in beer. Sisse Jongberg, University of Copenhagen
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Technical Session: Hops I

A-013. The freshening power of Centennial hops. Lucas Chadwick, Bell's Brewery Inc
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A-014. The extraction efficiency of hop bitter acids and volatiles during dry hopping. Dean Hauser, Oregon State University
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A-015. Aging of hops and their effects on ale and lager beer flavor quality. Cong Nie, Qilu University of Technology
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A-016. The enzymatic power of hops and the interplay between hop cultivar and beer style. Kaylyn Kirkpatrick, Oregon State University
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Technical Session: Brewing

A-017. Effects of select key variables on haze stability . Shelley Smith, Boston Beer Company
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A-018. Hop polyphenols contributing to fullness in beer and their control using polyvinylpolypyrrolidone (PVPP). Sho Asano, Mussashino Brewery, SUNTORY BEER LIMITED
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Technical Session: Yeast, Fermentation, and Microbiology II

A-022. Development of a selective medium for detection of Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. diastaticus in the brewery. Matthew Farber, University of the Sciences
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A-023. So many media, so little time. Which LAB detection media should you use and why?. Margaret Whitener, Bell's Brewery Inc
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A-024. The microbiological impact of dry hopping beers with pelletized and whole-cone Cascade hops. Laura Hill, Spoetzl Brewery
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Technical Session: Analytical II

A-025. The effect of yeast strain on the aroma chemical profiles of barley and sorghum beers.. Drew Budner, Coastal Carolina University
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A-026. Thiols in beer: Key information to balance beer profile. Laurent Dagan, NYSEOS
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A-027. Elucidation of prooxidative effects of malt- and beer-derived antioxidants. Matthias Baldus, Technische Universität Berlin
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A-028. From cone to consumer: Behavior of 4MMP in hops and beer. Klaas Reglitz, Leibbniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology at the Technical University of Munich
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Technical Session: Sensory

A-029. Applying the Napping technique to distinguish differences between numerous, highly hopped beers. Amy Noga, The Boston Beer Company
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A-030. How do bitterness units relate to bitterness perception in beer? Rebecca Ford, University of Nottingham
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A-031. Nonalcoholic beer—Sensory requirements on upcoming beer market. Martina Gastl, Chair of Brewing and Beverage Technology, Technische Universität München
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A-032. Semantic lexicons: A new technique for predicting sensory perception. Jason Cohen, Analytical Flavor Systems
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Technical Session: Malt and Grains II

A-033. Respiration-derived accumulation of hydrogen peroxide in barley seeds and its impact on malt quality. Matthias Baldus, Technische Universität Berlin
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A-034. Roasting malt affects the retention of iron and copper during mashing. Mogens Andersen, Univ of Copenhagen
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A-035. Study on the correlation between malt quality parameters, modification homogeneity, and filtration performance. Xiaoxi Li, Beijing Key Laboratory of Brewing Technology, Beijing Yanjing Brewery Co. Ltd.
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A-036. Knowledge of barley starch molecular structure puts new insight into better understanding of mashing and fermentable sugars. Glen Fox, The University of Queensland
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Technical Session: Hops II

A-037. Discovery of a bisulfite radical system in dry-hopped and non-dry-hopped beers using a new electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) method. Robert Foster, Molson Coors
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A-038. Behavior of thiols present in hop during brewing process under various brewing conditions. Hiroyuki Abe, Suntory Beer Ltd
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A-039. How to optimize the utilization of hop cysteine and glutathione S-conjugates in late and dry hopping: Focus on dual hops and Saaz. Cécile Chenot, Université catholique de Louvain
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A-040. The impact on whole-cone hop quality from volatile compounds and elemental composition. Andrew Reyes, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
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Technical Session: Yeast, Fermentation, and Microbiology III

A-041. Considerations for serial repitching of craft-beer-relevant ale production yeast strains. Richard Preiss, Escarpment Laboratories
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A-042. The impact of lactic and acetic acid on yeast during fermentation and bottle conditioning.. Tobias Fischborn, Lallemand Inc
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A-043. The effect of high-gravity and highly hopped fermentations on yeast viability. Nichole Bryant, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo
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Technical Session: Hops III

A-044. Impact of dry hopping at different stages of fermentation on the physical and organoleptic quality of beer. Maria Moutsoglou, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
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A-045. What matters for flavor extraction during dry hopping? Christina Schoenberger, Joh. Barth & Sohn GmbH & Co. KG
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A-046. Impact of filtration and other processes on hop aroma and dry-hopping yields. Roland Novy, Joh. Barth & Sohn GmbH & Co. KG
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A-047. Identifying aroma hop quality harvest factors that predict hop aroma quality/ intensity in dry-hopped beers. Scott Lafontaine, Oregon State University
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Technical Session: Malt and Grains III

A-048. Process analysis of malt production—Influence on gelatinization temperatures of malt. Martina Gastl, Chair of Brewing and Beverage Technology, Technische Universität München
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A-049. Improvement of mouthfeel by controlling low-molecular-weight astringent polypeptides of low-malt beer. Aiko Hiromasa, Research Laboratories for Alcoholic Beverage Technologies, Kirin Co., Ltd.
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A-051. Snowglobes and powdermouth: The dynamics of condensed tannin solubilization in barley malting. Euan Thomson, Phillips Brewing & Malting Co.
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Technical Session: Novel Methods

A-052. Hacking PCR: A guide to making PCR affordable for the craft beer industry. Michael Billon, Allagash Brewing
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A-053. Cavitation sensation: Ultrasonic and hydrodynamic cavitation in the brewery and distillery. Benjamin Schottle, Phillips Brewing & Malting Co.
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A-054. Development of a novel technique for evaluating beer foam color. Azusa Asai, Sapporo Breweries Ltd
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A-055. Development of supercritical CO2 extracts for flavored beer. Takako Inui, Beer Development Department, SUNTORY BEER LIMITED
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Technical Session: Yeast, Fermentation, and Microbiology IV

A-056. Elucidation of the formation mechanism of 2-mercapto-3-methyl-1-butanol (2M3MB) in beer. Shigekuni Noba, Asahi Breweries, Ltd.
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A-057. New insights into maltotriose utilization by Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Boris Stambuk, Departamento de Bioquímica, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
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A-058. Mixed fermentations with Saccharomyces pastorianus strains as a tool to improve beer quality. Martin Zarnkow, TU Munchen
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ASBC Posters

A-060. Identification of new odourless thiol precursors in hops and malts. Laurent Dagan, NYSEOS
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A-063. Acetaldehyde analysis: Enzymatic method improvement. Maydelin Hernandez Espinosa, Molson Coors Canada
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A-064. A rapid and efficient sample preparation method for spoilage organism detection in American lager beer. Michael Hornback, InnovaPrep
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A-065. Comparison among the recommended analytical methods for testing acidity and sensory perception of sour beer.. Charlie Hoxmeier, Gilded Goat Brewing Company
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A-066. Analytical characterization of hot steeped malt flavor and fragrance volatiles by GC-MS. Elizabeth Humston-Fulmer, LECO Corporation
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A-067. Evaluation of metal chelators in wort- and beer-simulating buffer solutions. Thomas Kunz, Technische Universität Berlin
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A-068. Application and evaluation of a new color-independent enzymatical method for alpha-and beta-glucan determination in colored wort and beer. Thomas Kunz, Technische Universität Berlin
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A-069. Optimization, standardization, and evaluation of the tristimulus L*a*b* system for color determination in beer and wort samples. Thomas Kunz, Technische Univ
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A-070. Detection of mold fungi on barley grain based on headspace investigations of VOC with GC-soft X-ray-APCI-MS. Thomas Kunz, Technische Universität Berlin
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A-071. Evaluation of a microbiological reference standard for proficiency testing scheme as a quality control method in the breweries. Yohanes Kurniawan, Food Safety Laboratories, Asahi Group Holdings, Ltd.
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A-072. Alcohol concentration analysis in yeast slurries and samples during fermentation by Anton Paar Alcolyzer—BCOJ Collaborative Work. Masahito Muro, Kirin Company, Limited
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A-073. Improvement of (E)-2-nonenal analysis method and discovery of (Z)-2-nonenal in beer. Shigekuni Noba, Asahi Breweries, Ltd.
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A-074. Leveraging Gene Disc real-time PCR technology for the identification and quantification of microorganisms for the advanced production of unique barrel-aged beer. John Paluszynski, Monday Night Brewing
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A-075. Profiling brewing samples by UPLC-ESI-Q-ToF-MS. Nils Rettberg, VLB Berlin
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A-076. Iso-alpha acid and humulinone profiling, at all hop additions, for two IPAs via reversed-phase HPLC with correlations to IBU values.. Scott Russell, Dept. of Chemistry, California State University, Stanislaus
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A-077. Development of a gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analytical method used to measure different aroma components in beer in a quality control environment. Stacey Williams, New Belgium Brewery
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A-078. Accurate measurement of beer and wort color in the presence of haze using integrating cavity spectroscopy. Aaron MacLeod, Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage
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A-079. Levels of glycosidic nitrile in North American malting barley cultivars. Aaron MacLeod, Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage
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A-080. Omics analysis of malt from heirloom barley: The potential for new traits and new flavors from an old world. Harmonie Bettenhausen, Colorado State University
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A-081. Malting and brewing characteristics of beta-amylase-deficient barley. Makoto Kihara, Sapporo Breweries Ltd
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A-082. Malting in 2038. Yin Li, Malteurop North America
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A-083. Effect of plant growth regulator application on the quality of barley and malt. Tricia McMillan, Canadian Grain Commission
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A-084. Malt varietal free amino nitrogen profiling in relation to beer flavor and flavor stability. Sean Tynan, Rahr Malting Co.
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A-085. Simplifying the spectrophotometric soluble protein analysis in unhopped wort through the use of BSA. Ramon Huerta Zurita, Instituto nacional de investigaciones forestales, agri­colas y pecuarias (INIFAP)
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A-086. The effect of vacuum pressure on a pilot-scale lager fermentation. Mario Guadalupe Daqui, University of Florida
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A-087. Brewing non-malt beer with excellent flavor utilizing the Maillard reaction: Optimization of sugar composition and characteristics of Maillard reaction products. Hideyuki Minami, Research Laboratories for Alcoholic Beverage Technologies, Kirin Co., Ltd.
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A-088. The effects of foaming hydrophobin by proteolysis. Makoto Kanauchi, Miyagi University
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A-090. Evaluating the impact of dissolved oxygen on dry-hopped beer flavor and aroma. Bradley Barnette, Oregon State University
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A-091. Influencing factors on hop isomerization beyond the conventional range. Magdalena Oehlschlaeger, Technical University of Berlin,Ziemann Holvrieka GmbH
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A-092. In search of the next big thing in beer flavor: A primer on the development of experimental hop varieties HBC 438 and HBC 682. Phillip Chou, John I. Haas, Inc.
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A-093. Measuring the hop components of Cryo Hops and American noble hops and the beers dry hopped with them. Patrick Jensen, Yakima Chief - Hopunion LLC
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A-094. Development of a statistical model to predict hop blending sensory profiles in dry hopped beers. Javier Gomez-Lopez, Campden BRI Group
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A-095. Exploring fast descriptive sensory methods for assessing beers and ciders. Javier Gomez-Lopez, Campden BRI Group
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A-096. Hop Lexicon—An industry-sourced sensory language to describe hop flavor. Victor Algazzali, John I. Haas, Inc.
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A-097. Development and implementation of hop flavor reference standards in hop sensory training. Victor Algazzali, John I. Haas, Inc.
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A-098. Validating the sensitivity of the tetrad test versus the triangle test. Diane Bissmeyer, The Wolf Group
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A-099. The impact of ethanol on sensory perception of beer during consumption. Rebecca Ford, University of Nottingham
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A-100. Hop aroma profiling in beers produced with the new German flavor hop varieties using Napping with ultra-flash profiling. Torsten Seewald, Technische Universität Berlin
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A-101. Development of a novel beer clarification product suitable for vegan diets. Brent Jordan, AB Vickers - Lallemand Brewing
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A-102. The impact of beer drinking on the degree of stomach fullness and the curve of urine excretion. Shumin Hu, Tsingtao Brewery Co. Ltd.
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A-103. Beer sterile filtration—An alternative to pasteurization. Ron Johnson, Pall Corp
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A-104. Development of six-can beverage packs while considering the environment and usability. Yasuhiro Daigaku, Asahi Breweries Ltd
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A-105. Chitosan coatings on lecithin-stabilized emulsions to inhibit mycotoxin production by Fusarium graminearum. Dianhui Wu, National Engineering Laboratory for Cereal Fermentation Technology, Jiangnan University,Department of Plant Sciences, North Dakota State University
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A-106. Water purification using freeze crystallization as a promising next-generation technology. Thomas Kunz, Technische Univ
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A-107. Novel analytical tools for testing endogenous enzyme activity in raw materials. Julia Schückel, GlycoSpot
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A-108. State-related hybrid modeling and simulation of energy and media demand in the brewery. Raik Baer, TU-Muenchen/Weihenstephan
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A-109. Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) removal from wastewater for small craft breweries. Steve Gluck, Steven J. Gluck, LLC
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A-111. Sour about bacteria: Using koji as an alternative in sour beer production. Ben Aldrich, White Labs
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A-112. Isolation and characterization of yeast isolates from a wild-harvested house yeast. Brady Cummings, Southern Illinois University, Fermentation Science Institute
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A-113. Developing a practical method for determining dissolved oxygen levels in knockout wort and its effects on the health of Saccharomyces strains in the brewery. Derek Dawson, Modern Times
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A-114. GY7B is a novel yeast capable of rapidly producing sour beer. Gabriella DeMichele, University of the Sciences
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A-115. Brewing with different non-Saccharomyces yeast strains. Fotini Drosou, School of Chemical Engineering in NTUA
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A-116. Detection of low concentrations of Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. diastaticus in a high population of S. cerevisiae. Tobias Fischborn, Lallemand Inc
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A-117. Kombucha genetics: Unraveling the mysteries of the SCOBY microbiome.. Keisha Harrison, Oregon State University
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A-118. Brewing properties of screened distillers' yeasts in multi-simultaneous starch fermentation system. Tae Wan Kim, Korea Food Research Institute
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A-120. Study on the origin, composition, and control of premature yeast flocculation. Yun Liang, Beijing Key Laboratory of Brewing Technology, Beijing Yanjing Brewery Co. Ltd.
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A-121. Using real-time dielectric spectroscopy to monitor yeast fermentations as well as detect changes to the yeast population during growth. Aditya Bhat, Aber Instruments
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A-122. Development of a microbial community in a virgin oak foeder and its impact on sugar utilization and acid production. Elizabeth Nagle, Ballast Point Brewing Company
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A-124. Bioinformatics analysis to improve automated molecular detection of beer spoilage bacteria, yeast, and hop resistance genes. Jessica Pecone, Rheonix Inc.
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A-125. A practice in problem solving—Managing acetaldehyde in a 100 bbl brewhouse. Becca Ransohoff, MadTree Brewing Company
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A-126. Evaluation of microbial contamination in dry-hopped beer. Nobuchika Takesue, Asahi Breweries, Ltd.
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A-127. Effect on fermentation of adding hops to the fermentation tank. Yuri Tsuchiya, Research Laboratories for Alcoholic Beverage Technologies, Kirin Co., Ltd.
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A-128. Got funk and fruit? Characterizing the impact of Brettanomyces bruxellensis/Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain selection on co-pitch fermentation efficiency and flavor profile production. Caroline Tyrawa, University of Guelph
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ASBC Workshops

Gin: The Art and the Science of a Historic Spirit

Gin: The Art and Science of a Historic Spirit
Amaey Mundkur, John I. Haas, Inc.  |  View Presentation

Sensory Botanical Profiles in Cutwater Spirits Old Grove Gin
Gwen Conley, Cutwater Spirits

The Road to (Mother's) Ruin
James Porteous, Electric Spirits UK

Ginspired: Bringing History To Life
Katherine Smart, The Surrey Copper Distillery  |  View Presentation

Malt Flavor and Sensory Analysis: Back to Basics and into the Future

Malt Flavor and Sensory Analysis: Back to Basics and into the Future
Patricia Aron, Rahr Corporation  |  View Presentation

Sour Beers: New Frontiers

Mixed Culture Fermentations in a Production Brewery
Chad Yakobson, Crooked Stave  |  View Presentation

Spontaneous Fermentation at Allagash
Jason Perkins, Allagash Brewing Co  |  View Presentation

Wood or stainless? Fruited or blended? Where do you want your bugs to party? A quick overview of options and flavors
Robert Christiansen, New Belgium Brewing Co  |  View Presentation

Starting a Sensory Program from the Ground Up

Starting a Sensory Program from the Ground Up
Lindsay Barr, New Belgium Brewing Co.

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