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Cellaring, Carbonation, and clarification
Starting a Brewery; fermentation and clarification
We are offering this consultancy package as the third step in setting up your microbrewery or pub brewery.
You would have brewed your first beer in your new brewery.
You would have monitored it's progress in terms of gravities, pH's, flavour changes and temperatures to ensure you will be able brew good beer consistently.
Now you will decide when to put the brew on Chill back and start removing the yeast.
We will show you how to do this while reducing beer losses.
Clarity of beer is more important than most brewers may think. Getting a consistent level of yeast loading will affect the flavour of your beer and doing it consistently is paramount. Clarity on its own is an aesthetic parameter by which we sometimes subconsciously judge a beer even before we taste it.
Too much yeast in the beer can lead to rejection by customers in keg or small package. Especially when putting a keg of beer on tap can lead to the settled yeast coming up into the first glass with too much cloudiness and unappealing look.
What are the right conditions for carbonation?
Carbonation is another parameter that we need to get right as this can have an effect on mouthfeel and the aroma/taste of the beer.
We can show you how to do natural carbonation and because you selected the right equipment there is the capability to do this.
This will save you thousands of dollars per year if correctly done with the right equipment.
We also determine when and if you filter the beer for further clarification.
Most lagers benefit from filtration to result in a clean, crisp, easy drinking beer.
We will show you how to prepare the beer before filtration, prepare the filter and start filtering without prematurlyblocking the filter.
From fermentation onward we absolutely want to keep dissolved oxygen out of the beer and we show you how to minimise DO pickup.
Weallow up to 3 days for this package.
Why Choose Us?
We are capable of helping our clients to a higher level because we believe to have the right stuff to get you to brewing good, consistent beer from day 1 of the opening of your brewery. Below are the reasons we believe we can achieve this. All you have to do is be a good learner and willing to take our advice;
–Many decades of brewing and management experience
–Have run businesses successfully since 1980
–Have post-graduate scientific background
–Have commercially brewed AND conducted quality control since 1986
-Walk the talk, have run operations of a microbrewery as Head Brewer
–Have unique specialised knowledge in consistency and design
–Have helped brewers start their own microbreweries since 2007
Please Note that price is exclusive of GST.
Welcome aboard to the best possible advice and help in the industry!
Together we can achieve greatness.
- How to carbonate your beer
- How to minimise beer losses during yeast off
- the many ways of clarifying your beer, What is right for you
- up to 3days onsite learning
- how and when to yeast off and filter
- How to carbonate your beer
- brewing knowledge
Entrepreneur starting a brewery
No refunds or part thereof are available for non-attendance or cancellation of any of the classes.
However, in the event that a student has legitimate reason to discontinue the course (medical, family emergency etc.) the student needs to provide appropriate certification, and agreement reached between CBC and the student on an appropriate refund. Full refunds are not available and a maximum of 50% refund may be applicable.
No refunds or part thereof are available for non-attendance of any of the classes.
However, in the event that a student has legitimate reason to discontinue the course (medical, family emergency etc.) the student needs to provide appropriate certification, and agreement reached between CBC and the student on an appropriate refund. Full refunds are not available.
There is no assessment for short courses and no prior knowledge requirement to enrol. It is, however, recommended that you have had some prior exposure to home brewing of some sort.
Every reasonable effort will be made to make the course sites safe, emergency procedures provided and safety procedures explained at commencement of the course. No responsibility for accidents or injury will be taken by CBC or the venue operators.
While attempts have been made to verify information provided in the courses, neither the author nor the publisher assumes any responsibility for errors, omissions or contrary interpretation of the subject matter therein.
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