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The Master Brewers Podcast brings you interviews with the industry's best and brightest every Monday. For additional content visit community.mbaa.com

Apr 17, 2017

Maintenance has evolved from a reactive form through preventative, predictive, and proactive forms as complexity and demand for cost saving and performance have escalated. Read more at MBAA.com

Apr 10, 2017

Find out what happens when you put brewers from Bells, Brewer's Art, New Belgium, Brewery Ommegang, Orion Breweries, John I Haas, Craft Brew Alliance, and MillerCoors in a room and give them a problem to solve. Read more here.

Apr 5, 2017

Are you headed to the Craft Brewers Conference in Washington DC next week? If so we hope you’ll pay us a visit at booth #5617. We’ll have Master Brewers stickers & t-shirts, books for sale, a drawing for FREE membership, a discount code for new members, and a limited number of FREE 2016 Technical Quarterly compendiums.

Whether you’re a current member or a just listen to the podcast, I’d love to meet you and get your feedback on the podcast or anything else Master Brewers - so stop by and say hi. -John Bryce

p.s. Bonus points for anyone who drops off their brewery sticker at the Master Brewers booth #5617

Apr 3, 2017

"Today, we find that brewers will hold yeast—often for days— in the cones of fermenters cooled only by the ambient temperature of the room in which the tank sits, and then question the degraded performance of the yeast." Read more at MBAA.com

Mar 27, 2017

Alex Gertsman talks about surplus yeast, centrifuges, and decanters.

Mar 20, 2017

The craft brewing industry is increasingly crowded & competitive. It takes more than just making great beer to survive and profit. More and more breweries are using data and software to increase efficiencies/the bottom line.

Mar 13, 2017

Beer faucets, chemical impregnated beer lines, "wild beer" in draught lines, and more.

Mar 6, 2017

Keith Lemcke from Siebel Institute discusses beer line cleaning and maintenance.

Feb 27, 2017

Does barley variety impact malt & beer flavor?

Feb 20, 2017

Low color specifications: the enemy of functional and flavorful malt.

Feb 13, 2017

The legendary Joe Hertrich is back to talk about how flavor develops in kiln-made malts and what that means for all-malt brewers.

Feb 6, 2017

Cavitation is usually something you try to avoid in the brewery, right? But what if you could control cavitation and create microscopic pressurized shockwaves that increase the extraction of hop compounds...

Jan 30, 2017

Alyce Hartvigsen of Alfa Laval talks about applications for the Iso-Mix Rotary Jet

Jan 23, 2017

The legendary Graham Stewart joins us to discuss his latest publication: Brewing Intensification Through the Lens of the Craft Brewer.

Jan 16, 2017

Alex Gertsman talks about brewing the traditional Russian beverage known as Kvass.

Jan 9, 2017

Steve Huffman discusses steam valves, why steam pipe drops should never come off the bottom of your header, and more.

Jan 2, 2017

Industry veteran Joe Hertrich is back to wrap up the discussion of what really matters on your malt analysis.

Dec 26, 2016

Industry veteran Joe Hertrich continues our 4-part series aimed at helping you focus on what really matters in your malt COAs. Part 3 focuses on friability, varietal differences in modification, and S/T.

Dec 19, 2016

Industry veteran Joe Hertrich continues our 4-part series aimed at helping you focus on what really matters in your malt COAs. Part 2 focuses on obsolete analyses, the importance of beta glucan, and keys to malt functionality.

Dec 12, 2016

Industry veteran Joe Hertrich kicks off a 4-part series aimed at helping you focus on what really matters in your malt COAs.

Nov 28, 2016

Industry veteran David Kapral explains the importance of thermostatic air vents and vacuum breakers. Did your brewhouse manufacturer install these properly (or at all)?

Nov 7, 2016

One of the core initiatives of MBAA is providing scholarship opportunities to brewers. Jim Mellum (The Bruery), Justin Ang (Half Acre), Jeremy King (Castle Danger), Stephen Bernard (Hermitage), and Mike Perine (Real Ale) explain just how easy it is to get free education from the industry's leading knowledge authority in brewing science, technology, and operations.

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