Expert Insight: Beer Brewing Masterclass – Are You Looking to Produce the Perfect Pint?

Learn how photometry could save you time and effort with your beer analysis compared with traditional methods – and serve up a delicious, high-quality drink

19 Oct 2018

Photometry is a cost-efficient technique that can be used to analyze beer and brewing products either during production or the quality control process. The combination of photometric detection and ready-to-use analytical test kits can be an easy and reliable alternative to the complex and time-consuming testing procedures most labs often habitually follow. 

Monitoring a range of parameters such as bitterness, sulfite content, and spoilage contaminants throughout the beer making process ensures that you can produce safe, delicious, and high-quality beer.

This free webinar, titled Chemical and Microbiological Monitoring for Breweries, will consist of two parts:

Part I: Light but full-bodied beer analysis: Sulfur dioxide analysis in beer made easy using spectroscopy - Dr. Fabian Zieschang
Part II: Microbial spoilage detection in beer: Workflow optimization for beer membrane filtration - Samuel Santiago

Webinar Learning objectives:

  • Learn how to monitor sulfur dioxide in beer
  • Compare photometric analysis, using test kits, with common methods
  • Learn how to easily use analytical test kits & photometers
  • Perform membrane filtration in microbial analysis and use more viable options
  • Streamline your workflow
  • Gain knowledge on how to reduce false negative/positive results

All webinar participants can download a certificate of attendance, with a learning outcomes summary document for continuing education purposes.

Attend the live webinar on Friday, November 2, at:

  • 16:00 GMT
  • 17:00 CET
  • 12:00 EDT
  • 09:00 PDT

Interested, but have a scheduling conflict? Register to watch the webinar on demand at a time more suitable for you.

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