Useful guide for brewers
Are you a dedicated brewer and cannot imagine your life without beer brewing? Then you surely know that quality beer takes quality tools. Here we collect useful tips for brewers and advice from our experts, who are as passionate about beer brewing as you are. Enjoy and share with your fellows!DATE 2022-01-26
Interview with a craft brewer
Stefan Slätt: ’If you want to compete with the big brands – your beer should taste and look as good as theirs'
Stefan Slätt owns a craft brewery located on Värmdö island near Stockholm, Sweden. His path into the craft brewing business began when he decided to quit his job as a financial analyst and start a local microbrewery. In this interview to Alfa Laval Stefan reveals what it takes to start and run a successful brewery and how a beer centrifuge helps him succeed.
Beer Dealcoholization Webinar – 21 Nov 2019
In this free webinar our expert Juan Jurado will share with you key aspects to consider when producing quality non-alcohol beer that meets market demand.
Five reasons to get a centrifuge for your brewery
Centrifuges, or high speed separators, have been a privilege of larger industrial breweries for many decades, whilst a majority of microbreweries have needed to rely entirely on natural settling time and various affordable filters. But things are changing now as more and more craft brewers are turning their eyes towards separation technology. We asked our experts who explain why this is happening.
Separation for your brewery - webinar - 24 Sep 2019
A centrifuge, or a separator, is a great tool that can help you to increase the profit from every batch of beer from your brewery and at the same time improve the quality of your beer. In this webinar our experts Joakim Gustafsson and Fernando Jimenez will introduce you to separation technology and explain how it is used in beer breweries. You will get to know why more and more brewers pay attention to beer centrifuges. You will find out, how separation can help you increase yield, improve beer quality and profitability.
Yeast propagation webinar – 26 June, 2019
Yeast used for fermentation of beer does not live forever, and must be replaced with fresh yeast from time to time. The cultivation of a fresh yeast culture is called propagation. In this webinar, our brewery expert Henning Sørensen will talk to you about this essential step in beer production.