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ISPE Brewing, Brettanomyces, and Biotech

Springdale by Jack’s Abby Brewing 
102 Clinton Street, Framingham, MA 01702

 

EVENT INFORMATION:
What can biotech learn from the brewing industry? It turns out, quite a bit! Join us to learn about the microbiology of beer and the interesting role yeast plays in brewing, as well as what lessons we can take away from the industry. The event will consist of brewery tours, presentations from two accomplished brewers with scientific backgrounds, and networking with food and beer. Please note: this is a 21+ venue

 

PROGRAM SUMMARY:
The Taming of the Brew (Ronn Friedlander) - In this increasingly hop-focused world of craft beer, yeast are the unsung heroes of brewing. Beyond just converting sugar into alcohol, yeast are responsible for a large proportion of beer's flavor. By going beyond the boundaries of domesticated brewing yeast, it may be possible to introduce a world of new flavors to beer. At Aeronaut Labs, we are collecting wild yeast to explore these flavors and develop new beers. Taming a wild yeast is no simple task, however, and this talk will focus on methods of collection and ensuring these yeasts are usable on an industrial scale.

When Good Bugs Go Bad: Detection of Beer Spoiling Microorganisms in a Mixed Fermentation Environment (Kate Steblenko) - Sour beer is a growing trend in the craft brewing industry, and many breweries are beginning to establish well respected, long term sour programs. Intentionally souring beers in a facility that also produces clean beer introduces an environment ripe for contamination. Both inoculating beer and preventing cross contamination require an active and evolving microbiology program. How contamination detection and prevention is accomplished in an environment that is intentionally saturated with spoilage microbes in a large brewery space.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This session will provide valuable information to engineering, design, facilities, manufacturing, quality, validation and beer enthusiasts.

 

SPEAKERS AND BIOGRAPHIES:
Ronn Friedlander, Aeronaut Brewing Company 
Ronn Friedlander is cofounder and Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) of Aeronaut Brewing Company.  Ronn brings a vast academic background with a Biomedical Engineering degree from Rutgers, and a PhD in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics from MIT.  Ronn has taken his knowledge of cell culture to the industrial world heading up Aeronaut’s lab.

Kate Steblenko, Jack’s Abby Crafy Lagers 
Kate Steblenko is Jack Abby’s resident Beer Scientist in charge of maintaining their quality control program. Kate graduated from University of Vermont with a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and worked in a UMass/Harvard lab studying immunology to tuberculosis prior to joining Jack Abby’s in 2015.

 

MEETING MANAGERS: 
Eric Felz, Shire 
Patrick Govoni, DPS


REGISTRATION FEES
Before 6/7/2017:
Member $50.00  
Young Professional Members $20.00 
Non-Member $95.00
ISPE Student Members: FREE

After 6/7/2017:
Member: $60.00
Young Professional Members $30.00 
Non-Member: $115.00
ISPE Student Members: FREE

 

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Event Date: 2017-06-14 17:00:00 — 2017-06-14 21:00:00
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