​​​​MBA​A TQ Vol. 59, No. 3, 2022​​

MBAA TQ vol. 59, no. ​3, 2022,​ pp. 122-124
A Look at Biases in Density Measurements​​
Alyssa W. Dowdy and Michael D. Mosher. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO, USA
MBAA TQ vol. 59, no. ​3, 2022,​ pp. 125-128
Comparison of Kveik with Conventional Saccharomyces Brewing Strains for Propagation Characteristics, Biomass Production, and Biomass Conversion Rate​
John C. Carriglio and Andrew J. MacIntosh. Food Science and Human Nutrition Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA

MBAA TQ vol. 59, no. ​3, 2022,​ pp. 129-135
A Review of Pasteurization Literature for Alcohol and Non-alcohol Beers​
R. Alex Speers. International Centre for Brewing and Distilling (ICBD), Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, Edinburgh, Scotland​

MBAA TQ vol. 59, no. ​3, 2022,​ pp. 136-143
Genetically Engineered Yeast—A Review of Terminology, Science, and Regulation​
Molly Browning (1), Laura Burns (2), Chaz Rice (3), and Avi Shayevitz (1). 1. Lallemand Inc., Montreal, QB, Canada. 2. Omega Yeast Labs, Chicago, IL, USA. 3. Mascoma LLC, a subsidiary of Lallemand, Lebanon, NH, USA​

MBAA TQ vol. 59, no. ​3, 2022,​ pp. 144-145
Favorite Recipes of the Master Brewers: Samuel Adams Noble Pilsner​
Eryn Bottens. Brewing Manager of R&D for Samuel Adams, Boston Beer Company, Boston, MA, USA ​
MBAA TQ vol. 59, no. ​3, 2022,​ pp. 146-151
The Influence of Nitrogenous Material Derived from the Dry-hopping Process on Fermentation Performance and Beer Quality​
Paul H. Chlup, Chanita L. Gentry, Lauren J. Mercado, and David Avram. Great Central Brewing Company, Chicago, IL, USA​

MBAA TQ vol. 59, no. ​​3, 2022,​ pp. 152-158
Methods for Harvest, Isolation, Selection, and Utilization of Saccharomyces and Non-Saccharomyces Yeast Strains for Commercial Brewing​
Tim Faith (1) and Alex Nham (2). 1. Octopi,​ Waunakee, WI, USA. 2. Goose Island Beer Company, Chicago, IL, USA ​​