WBA Specialized Lectures - Siebel Institute of Technology

WBA Specialized
Lectures

A new online educational offering! The WBA Specialized Lectures cover a multitude of specific topics on all processes of beer production.
  • 60+ fully narrated lectures
  • Ranging from 20 to 90 minutes each
  • 10 days of lecture access, beginning immediately upon purchase
  • A content expert available to answer questions during the access time
The uniqueness of the WBA Specialized Lectures make them perfect for those looking to increase their knowledge in a particular area, or business owners wanting to provide education to their workforce. Discover the lectures and the e-learning platform in 2 minutes:

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Mash Filters Brewhouse

Wort separation is a very important step of the brewing process. Although lauter tun is the most common vessel...

Mashing Theory and Enzymes Brewhouse

Mashing is arguably one of the most important stages in the brewing process towards producing the desired wort...

Underlying Fundamentals -- Barley to Beer Malting and Raw Materials

A review of barley and malt first requires a need to establish the fundamentals that link barley, the malting...

Barley - The Cereal Grain Malting and Raw Materials

Malted barley is the most significant ingredient in beer and has often been referred to as the soul of beer. ...

Barley - The Science of Seed Germination Malting and Raw Materials

Following the first barley lecture where we establish an understanding of the basics regarding barley origin a...

Preparation for Malting Malting and Raw Materials

In order to prepare for instruction on the specific malting process stages, this lecture will cover the initia...

Malting Process: Steeping Malting and Raw Materials

Traditional malting is a batch process that takes place in three discreet process vessels, with grain transfer...

Malting Process: Germination Malting and Raw Materials

This lecture covers the purpose of germination and its role in the overall malting process, the equipment requ...

Malting Process: Kilning Malting and Raw Materials

The maltster needs to stabilize the outcomes that have been achieved and add flavor and aroma. The purpose of...

Malt Evaluation - Maltster's View Malting and Raw Materials

One can argue that malt analyses and the ensuing certificate of analysis or COA were first developed for the m...

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