Sensory Evaluation Workshop Part II

FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2017
10:00PM TO 5:00PM

sensory-evaluationSensory Evaluation & Defect Detection

An exploration of beer flavor and the science behind it. 

Check out the speakers and presentations topics below:

Rich Michaels, Quality and Innovation Manager
F.X. Matt Brewing in Utica, NY
“Origins of Beer Flavor” – Where do beer styles and flavors originate, in a historical sense? This workshop will take attendees on a journey to discover the background of beer’s intricate styles and brewing techniques, and how to apply knowledge from the past into great tasting beer today.

Andrew Hardin, Brewer
Community Beer Works in Buffalo, NY
“Flavor Identification — Wet Session” — This workshop will help attendees identify common beer attributes and defects, along with panel training techniques and best practices.

Ryan Demler, Brewer 
Community Beer Works in Buffalo, NY
“Sensory Evaluation for Troubleshooting” — Off flavors and stylistic aberrations can reveal a great deal about the brewing process. This workshop will serve to link sensory data to common problems in the brewhouse, all with the goal of brewing to flavor and specifications. 

Brought to you by the Helderberg Brewery Incubator project.                                                                
Reigstration is $30 — includes workshop and food.
Space is limited. Registration is required. E-mail Greg to sign up.

For directions and a campus map, click here.

Check out Part I of this workshop here