Craft Beer Producers Trust Pall
Craft beer has experienced a steady increase in popularity in recent years. With consumers demanding high-quality, innovative beverages, craft breweries can deliver unique beers rich in flavor and taste. Combining the finest raw materials with unique yeast strains and traditional brewing processes, the micro and craft brewers create a fantastic diversity of beers based on historic and new recipes. Craft and micro brewers are known to focus on full flavor, greater variety and above all, quality.
Streamlining the Craft Brewing process and Improving Microbrewery Production
Beer quality is a top priority for producers and consumers. The craft brewing process must meet high standards for preserving a brew's unmistakable taste, flavor, purity and freshness. Creating that unique taste and maintaining uniformity of flavor from bottle to bottle, brewery to brewery and brand to brand requires delicate precision.
Filtration plays an important role in ensuring the success of micro – and craft breweries. Applying the right type of clarification is as important as the cold microbial control of the product and used media. Pall provides specially developed solutions, which add value to the craft and micro brewing process to maintain freshness and stability over time.
Although many craft beer drinkers recognize that a hazy beer doesn’t mean poor quality, some consumers make this assumption. For brewers who require a wider distribution, combined with longer shelf life demands and all those who want to produce a consistent clear-looking beer, a clarification step should be implemented.
The microbial stability of craft beer can be compromised at an early stage in the brewing process. Spoilage detection can often be labor-intensive and lengthen the time to product release. Or if undetected, a recall can damage the brand. Pall’s GeneDisc® rapid microorganism detection system can help identify contamination with reliable test results in as little as two hours.
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Essential to the craft brewing process is the final filtration stage. The brewing process is sensitive to beer spoiling microorganisms which can ruin the taste and occurrence for your consumers. Final craft beer filtration plays an important role in product quality and can prevent any harmful contaminants from making it through to the final product.
Service Filtration gas and water supply
Utility fluids such as water, air, steam and other gases support the manufacturing processes and represent the basic building blocks to create products or enable plant operations. Securing the quality of utilities based on their end-use requirements is a good manufacturing approach that proactively eliminates problems, safeguards the process, and allows brewers to focus on the larger challenges they face. Pall can help our customers with these basics.
Integrity testing helps to ensure quality. Performed before or after filtration without affecting the filter itself, the integrity tests provide the confidence that the final membrane filters are operating as expected.
Covering clarification, microbial control, utility service filtration, integrity testing and final filtration, Pall offers complete solutions. Select the links below to find out more about each unit operation or process step.