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Hygiene; Traps in Cleaning and Sanitisation
Starting a Brewery; Hygiene
We are offering this consultancy package as the fifth step in setting up your microbrewery or pub brewery.
This package overrides all the other packages and as such forms the basis to brewing good, consistent beer.
Preparation for brewing is very important. Get this wrong and you end up with an infected beer which shows up as a sour taste in your beer. Infections are like what happens in the human body and can pervade the entire brewery, making all beers that follow infected as well.
Prevention is the only way to prevent sourness from occurring.
When first setting up your brewery you will need to check many things to ensure an infection is very unlikely to occur. This starts with planning and designing your brewery so that any possible problem is engineered out of the brewery.
Then it is a matter of procedure to make sure a protocol is followed to ensure infections cannot take hold of your brewery.
If they do then it is back to square one and an entire brewery audit needs to be done to locate possible points of infection and eradicate them.
This is both disruptive to your brewing schedule, time consuming and costly. Some brewers have had to resort to this disruption and infected beer being recalled, a costly exercise.
Learning about all the traps where infections are likely to start will arm you, the brewer, with the right knowledge, and when put into practice, will ensure a long life of your beer and your business!
You can also do the package on Quality control called Quality Control and Protocols which complements this section really well.
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.
- The basis of good, consistent beer starts with hygiene
- How to recognise the critical points in brewing contributing to infections
- How and what to do to minimise infections
- up to 3 days of onsite learning and we show you how and why
- from storage of ingredients to beer in glass; what you need to know
- As well as keeping oxygen out from beer we show how to keep infections out
- 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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