At the Asia Brewers Network we strongly believe continual education is essential for brewers to develop their skills, that’s why we’ve teamed up with the Siebel Institute of Technology in Chicago (USA) to bring you their series of Specialised Lectures*.
We know you are busy so these lectures are available online, on demand so you can learn when you want.
The lectures vary in length from 45-90 minutes and are perfect for brewers looking to increase their brewing knowledge, or business owners wanting to provide education to their workforce.
*Please note, this series of Specialised Lectures are not a certified brewing course. They are intended as a pathway for brewers to develop a greater understanding of the brewing process.
A good understanding of the raw materials used in brewing are the foundation of the brewers skills. This first Pod of lectures assumes a basic understanding of these materials and explores their use in greater depth. (5 lectures)
From milling your grain to separation and boiling, this pod will cover the preparation and handling of wort as well as practical hop addition theory. (4 lectures)
Healthy, well managed yeast is essential to any successful brew. In this pod you will learn basic yeast biochemistry and physical behaviour as well as best handling practices and quality management procedures. (4 lectures)
Fermentation and maturation conditions have a huge impact on your final product. This pod will explore variations in fermentation profiles and the principles behind maturation as well as covering various filtration methods. (3 lectures)
This final pod of lectures covers the essential components of a good QA/QC programme (the understanding of spoilage potential in your beer, how to identify and avoid it) and the importance of oxygen control in producing a shelf stable product. (4 lectures)
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