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What’s Old is New: Craft Lager Has Seen a Resurgence

By Matt Brower | April 17, 2024

Lagers are a versatile family of styles and can cater to a diverse range of customers and palates. Ranging from light to full-bodied, golden to dark, the craft lager is fast becoming the preferred beer of many consumers.

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What’s Old is New: Craft Lager Has Seen a Resurgence

By Matt Brower | April 17, 2024

Lagers are a versatile family of styles and can cater to a diverse range of customers and palates. Ranging from light to full-bodied, golden to dark, the craft lager is fast becoming the preferred beer of many consumers.

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O2 or Not to O2 – That is the Question

By Precision Fermentation | March 28, 2024

In 1909, the head scientist of Carlsberg Research Laboratory, S.P.L. Sørensen introduced the pH scale as an easy way to conceptualize acidity of aqueous solutions. His research, funded privately by Carlsberg Brewery, was part of the efforts to understand the biochemical processes of brewing and fermentation.

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Precision Fermentation CEO discusses the future of beverage production on Consuming the Craft

By Precision Fermentation | March 14, 2024

In today’s episode, I sat down with Jared Resnick, one of the founders of Precision Fermentation. We delved into the world of precision fermentation and how their company is revolutionizing…

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Green Beer: A Brewer’s Retrospective

By Precision Fermentation | March 12, 2024

March is here and we are making our way to St. Paddy’s Day. Friends and family begin preparing the traditional corned beef, cabbage, and Irish soda breads; whether you’re Irish…

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See The Value of Automated, Multi-Parameter Fermentation Monitoring

By Precision Fermentation | September 8, 2023

While scaling up production to grow from local to regional and international distribution, Mother Earth Brew Company‘s Director of Brewing Operations Chris Baker needed to add a manual sensor to…

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How to Aerate Your Wort for Efficient Fermentation

By Tara Nurin | August 25, 2023

Are your beers getting stuck with stuck fermentations, off-flavors, under attenuation, or longer than usual fermentation times? Your solution could lie in a missing ingredient that you may have been…

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Precision Fermentation Featured on Professional Brewers’ Podcast

By Precision Fermentation | August 22, 2023

Recently Groennfell Meadery’s Ricky Klein sat down with Precision Fermentation’s Senior Product Development Specialist Dave Frizzell to talk about brewing, using data to manage fermentation, why data analysis means more…

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Minimizing Beer Loss from Dry-Hopping

By Tara Nurin | July 12, 2023

Breweries Can Save Thousands of Dollars By Minimizing Beer Loss from Dry-Hopping. Here’s How. When Skip Schwartz arrived on the job as head brewer at WeldWerks Brewing in Greeley, Colorado,…

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Small Changes, Big Impact: Reducing Brewery Waste

By Tara Nurin | June 8, 2023

In our 3-part series, Small Changes, Big Impact, we explore the compound effect that minor adjustments can have on boosting sustainability. The third article explores innovative and affordable ways for…

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Small Changes, Big Impact: Reducing Energy Expenses in Breweries

By Tara Nurin | May 23, 2023

In our latest series, Small Changes, Big Impact, we explore the compound effect that minor adjustments can have on boosting sustainability. The second article plugs into affordable ways breweries can…

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