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  • An A – Z of beer flavour – Acetaldehyde

    by Bill Simpson · September 17, 2010

    Acetaldehyde is an important beer flavour character. In this article we outline why it is important, how it is formed, and what has to be done in the brewery to control it.
  • Total recall: aseptic packaging without the pain

    by Bill Simpson · September 10, 2010

    Having worked in this industry for quite a while I've seen it all - at least twice. Now I know that's an outrageous exaggeration. But when it comes to product recalls of beer that has supposedly been 'aseptically' packaged, it's probably more of an understatement - I've dealt with more Pectinatus problems than I've had [...]