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Pall Food and Beverage - Webinars 2020

Webinar Series

Protect Your Brand:

How To Ensure Quality And Stability In Packaged Beer

The beer-making process must meet high standards for preserving the unmistakable taste, flavor, purity and freshness of a particular brew. Creating that unique taste and maintaining uniformity of flavor - from bottle to bottle, brewery to brewery and brand to brand - requires delicate precision. Contaminants such as particles, crystals, treatment residue, organic aggregates, bacteria and yeast can all jeopardize the quality and stability of your beer.

This series will explore the science of beer quality and how leveraging filtration and stabilization efficiently removes quality and stability risks, recovers more product and enables total process control, ultimately helping to protect your brand.

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Webinar Series

Protect Your Brand:

How To Ensure Quality And Stability In Packaged Beer


Flavor Stability: Ensuring Clarity and Maintaining Flavor

Watch On-Demand | Length 1 hour

This webinar will explore how to ensure clarity and taste with a sustainable process that keeps beer characteristics unchanged from keg to keg and bottle to bottle.

What you will learn

  • What impacts taste stability and palate fullness in your brew
  • How to avoid negative contributors to taste such as oxidation in the cold process
  • What are the best solutions for beer clarification – from quality to economics

Moderator

Kent Warner

Eastern Regional Manager
North American Spirits Market Manager
Pall Corporation

Kent started with Pall in 2014 with 7 years of previous experience working within the Food & Beverage industry. He is the Regional Sales Manager for the eastern USA while managing the spirits market for North America since 2018. Kent attended Georgia Southern University for his ungraduated degree and is currently at Auburn University working on his master’s degree. He currently lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with his wife and 2 daughters.

Speaker

Ken Belau

Manager
North American Scientific and Laboratory Services (SLS)
Pall Corporation

Ken started his brewing career at 13 with a homebrew kit and continued through a brewing and malting apprenticeship and graduation from the Weihenstephan brewing school in Germany. Since then Ken has had the good fortune to work in many breweries including larger brewers like Labatt’s in Canada, craft brewers like Bell’s in Michigan and a number of smaller breweries. Ken currently resides with his family in Michigan and has been working with Pall Corporation’s Food and Beverage Division for eight years.

Guest Speaker

Jack Albanese

Vice President of Operations
Terrapin Beer Company

Jack Albanese is the Vice President of Operations for the Terrapin Beer Company where he oversees all aspects of the production of high-quality beers.

Jack began his career in brewing in 2012 as a Cellar Intern at the Terrapin Beer Company while completing his master’s degree in Biomanufacturing and Bioprocessing from the University of Georgia. In his previous position as QA Manager, Jack built the brewery’s Quality Assurance department from the ground up before moving on to the role of Director of Brewery Operations.

In his spare time, Jack enjoys everything outdoors, especially hiking and mountain biking with his wife Grace and his dogs Bernie and Mac.

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Protect Your Brand:

How To Ensure Quality And Stability In Packaged Beer


Colloidal Stability: Extending Shelf Life

Watch On-Demand | Length: 1 hour

This webinar will explore how to optimize colloidal beer stability with no noticeable change in beer composition.

What you will learn

  • The key compounds impacting the turbidity of your brew
  • How to determine and measure the haze in your beer
  • Best practices to test, achieve and maintain colloidal stability in the brewing process

Moderator

Kent Warner

Eastern Regional Manager
North American Spirits Market Manager
Pall Corporation

Kent started with Pall in 2014 with 7 years of previous experience working within the Food & Beverage industry. He is the Regional Sales Manager for the eastern USA while managing the spirits market for North America since 2018. Kent attended Georgia Southern University for his ungraduated degree and is currently at Auburn University working on his master’s degree. He currently lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with his wife and 2 daughters.

Speaker

Ken Belau

Manager
North American Scientific and Laboratory Services (SLS)
Pall Corporation

Ken started his brewing career at 13 with a homebrew kit and continued through a brewing and malting apprenticeship and graduation from the Weihenstephan brewing school in Germany. Since then Ken has had the good fortune to work in many breweries including larger brewers like Labatt’s in Canada, craft brewers like Bell’s in Michigan and a number of smaller breweries. Ken currently resides with his family in Michigan and has been working with Pall Corporation’s Food and Beverage Division for eight years.

Speaker

Manoel Gasparino

Manager
Manager, North American System Sales
Pall Corporation

Manoel started his career in 2004 as Commissioning Engineer for GEA in Campinas, Brazil. There he worked on a variety of projects across the food and beverage industry, including dairy & milk processing, beer brewing processing, water treatment, and filtration processing at Danone, ABI, Molson Coors and Heineken facilities.

He joined Pall in 2013 and has expanded his expertise working hands on within Pall’s Beer Technology Center of Excellence in Germany and within Pall’s Process Engineering group based in Europe, North America and South America. With an MBA and Electrical Engineering degree, he’s advanced from Process Engineer Manager to his current role as System Sales Manager for North America.

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How To Ensure Quality And Stability In Packaged Beer


Microbial Stability: Ensuring Process Control and Efficiency

Watch On-Demand | Length: 1 hour

This webinar will explore how to quickly detect beer spoilers and more efficiently achieve higher microbial safety with unchanged freshness and taste stability.

What you will learn

  • The key microbiological hazards found in beer
  • How to accelerate the detection of beer spoilage organisms throughout the entire brewing process
  • Alternatives to traditional pasteurization that will help you achieve a fresher beer more efficiently

Moderator

Kent Warner

Eastern Regional Manager
North American Spirits Market Manager
Pall Corporation

Kent started with Pall in 2014 with 7 years of previous experience working within the Food & Beverage industry. He is the Regional Sales Manager for the eastern USA while managing the spirits market for North America since 2018. Kent attended Georgia Southern University for his ungraduated degree and is currently at Auburn University working on his master’s degree. He currently lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with his wife and 2 daughters.

Speaker

Ken Belau

Manager
North American Scientific and Laboratory Services (SLS)
Pall Corporation

Ken started his brewing career at 13 with a homebrew kit and continued through a brewing and malting apprenticeship and graduation from the Weihenstephan brewing school in Germany. Since then Ken has had the good fortune to work in many breweries including larger brewers like Labatt’s in Canada, craft brewers like Bell’s in Michigan and a number of smaller breweries. Ken currently resides with his family in Michigan and has been working with Pall Corporation’s Food and Beverage Division for eight years.

Guest Speaker

Peter Kiley

Brewmaster
Monday Night Brewing

Peter Kiley is the Brewmaster for Monday Night Brewing, where he oversees production and innovation for all facilities. Prior to working for Monday Night Brewing, Peter was a winemaker working in both California and Georgia, as well as a sommelier for the Atlanta Wine School. He majored in Chemistry at the University of Georgia, lives in Atlanta with his son, Indy and his complete smokeshow of a wife, Rachel.

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Protect Your Brand:

How To Ensure Quality and Stability in Packaged Beer


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