Quality attributes of beverage testing by integrated wet chemical analyzer
30 Mar 2020

Achieving product consistency for malt, beer, wine, cider and other beverage analysis requires analysis of multiple parameters using several automated instrumentations and/or bench-top chemistry procedures. While individual automated instruments offer precise and accurate results, overall time taken for complete analysis is longer and offers limited automation or high-throughput options. An integrated discrete analyzer simultaneously automates analysis from a single sample offering fast turnaround, reduced human error, reduced reagent use, and expanded laboratory analytical capabilities.

In this webinar, Hannah Turner, Director of the Montana State University Barley, Malt & Brewing Quality Lab, presents new and optimized methods for process critical parameters such as a-amylase, diastatic power, FAN, and B-glucan, for malting and brewing analysis. Dr. Hari Narayanan, Product Marketing Manager, will also present an overview of the integrated discrete analyzer applications for wine, other beverages and process water applications.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn new and optimized automated methods for beverages and water analysis
  • Learn how to reduce hands on sample time to improve productivity and efficiency in the QA/QC lab
  • Assess how you can reduce cost per analysis improving profitability for your organization
  • Assess how an integrated wet chemistry analyzer consolidates your QA/QC analytical needs to meet your brand standards and consistency


Who should attend
  • QA/QC lab managers of beer, cider, wine and beverage manufacturing
  • Contract testing lab mangers
  • Utility Managers in beverage production
  • Anyone interested in learning integrated discrete analyzer for beverage testing
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific