Stability, Quality, Oxidation, Dusting, Sensory, Polyphenols
Did you know that beer has "memory"? Oxidation cannot be reduced. It can only be prevented. And efforts to minimize oxidation must happen from the very beginning of the entire beer production process. This lecture explains the important quality aspects that can impact the product, not only in its initial sensory characteristics, but also in the stability of those same characteristics through its shelf life.
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Formerly of Molson Coors, Hugo has held lead technical roles in the areas of Quality Assurance, Research & Development, Technical Services and Brewing Engineering at Molson Coors Brewing Co. (Colorado) and Cervecería Cuauhtémoc (Mexico). He also was a faculty member at the University of California-Davis, and the Monterrey Institute of Technology (Mexico). Hugo has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Waterloo (Canada) and a B. Eng. from the Monterrey Tech (Mexico).Read more
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