Two weeks ago, Joe Kurowski, head of brewing operations at White Labs (the global yeast producer and educator headquartered in San Diego), hosted a live webcast above called Creative Ideas for Utilizing R&D and Pilot Systems — basically how to experiment with new ingredients or create a new brand in an R&D project. Last week, Chris White, PhD and president, founder and CEO of White Labs, hosted a live a webcast on homebrewing. Both of those presentations are now posted here for your convenient viewing.
AND tomorrow, White Labs will once again host another webinar called Lager Fermentation for the Craft Brewer. Sign up here. Here’s the gist:
Lagers are one of the quickest growing segments with craft brewers and consumers. Join Troels Prahl, White Labs Director of Innovation, in this discussion of all things lagers. Troels will look at his past experiences brewing lagers and the processes and fermentation conditions which make clean and consistent lagers. From pitch rates and fermentation profiles to fermenting under pressure, Troels will discuss the basics of brewing the perfect lager.
White Labs is offering free online insights into the fermentation process right now to provide brewers a forum to connect and learn as the industry feels the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. White Labs is offering free, online educational webcasts from now until April 30, 2020.
Each Wednesday at 10 a.m. PDT, White Labs will broadcast a 60-minute educational webcast for home and commercial brewers that provides brewing insights, tips, tricks and even a little industry history. The first half hour will feature a presentation by an industry leader and during the second half hour, viewers can ask presenters questions from the comfort of their living room.