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Cleaning-in-place

Maintaining a high hygiene standard has always been essential for food and beverage producers. As such, our Iso-Mix expert Alyce Hartvigsen would like to share with you some tips on cleaning for food and beverage production.

In this session, you will learn:

  • The importance of cleaning well in your brewery or production plant
  • The Cleaning-in-place (CIP) concept
  • Various technologies for tank cleaning
  • How to optimize the CIP process

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Beer Dealcoholization 

Our expert Juan Jurado will share with you key aspects to consider when producing quality non-alcohol beer that meets market demand:

  1. What are the latest market trends and demand drivers for 0.0 beer products?
  2. How to achieve successful taste from some unique dealcoholization technology?
  3. Why should you consider your provider’s brewery know-how, technical support and extended process solutions when making dealcoholized beer?

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Separation technology for your brewery

In this session our experts Joakim Gustafsson and Fernando Jimenez will introduce you to separation technology and explain how it is used in beer breweries. You will get to know why more and more brewers pay attention to beer centrifuges. You will find out:

• What are the benefits of clarifying beer 

• How separation can help you increase yield, improve beer quality and
  profitability

• When and how you should use a centrifuge in a brewery 

• How to choose the right centrifuge for your brewery

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Yeast propagation

In this session, our brewery expert Henning Sørensen will give an introduction to yeast propagation, and answer questions such as:

  • What is involved in the yeast propagation process
  • What are the stress factors in yeast management
  • Effectiveness of repumping VS agitation in tank mixing
  • How to maximum yeast vitality and viability 

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Dry hopping

Dry hopping involves the addition of hops to the fermentation and/or maturation vessels, either before or after primary fermentation, to extract the hop flavours and aromas into the beer that cannot be obtained through hopping in the brewhouse. The practice has become widespread in recent years, as pale ale and India pale ale styles have gained popularity in the market. However, there are many challenges associated with this ‘revolution’. What exactly are the steps involved in dry hopping and what could potentially go wrong during the process? How can one avoid unwanted issues during dry hopping? Alfa Laval’s brewery expert will explain in detail here.  

In this session, you will learn:

  • Basic understanding of the dry hopping process
  • Learn 2 new technologies to accelerates dry hopping, reduce product loss and improve taste quality during the process.  

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