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Mastering the Art of Sustainable Brewing 

 
 
Date:  Tuesday, 06/12/18 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
 
Description: 

Sustainable brewing is not a watered-down science, therefore running an earth friendly brewery is just as important as the beer. The art of making craft beer is energy and water intensive. Learn practical steps to make your beer even more sustainable - looking at all aspects from the brewing process to the brewery. Hear from experts that will provide tips, tricks and tools to help you on your path toward the sustainable pint.

Attendees will learn:

  • Where to focus efforts to have a more sustainable brewery
  • How sustainability can pay off and provide cost saving opportunities
  • How to sub-meter equipment and decipher the data
  • Key areas to reduce energy and water in their operations


Speaker: Michael Slater

Michael Slater is a Research Engineer at PG&E Food Service Technology Center (FSTC) in San Ramon Ca. He is currently focused on the energy and water economics and savings opportunities in commercial breweries as well as other large service water heating and chilling applications along with lab work and industry outreach and education for the FSTC.
 
Details: 
Location:

Food Service Technology Center
12949 Alcosta Blvd. STE 101
San Ramon, CA 94583

Website: fishnick.com

 
Event Contact Info:

Kiana Caban
Email: kcaban@fishnick.com
Website: fishnick.com