Brewlab Qld is looking for participants for industry workshops
Queensland Brewlab is looking for industry participants to attend its next beer flavor workshop, as well as potential hosts to take its workshop on the road.
The first event, September 29, will take place onsite at Coopers Plains in Brisbane. This is a free workshop designed for new and recent entrants to the craft industry.
The workshop will consist of two parts and this year the Brewlab team has retained the services of brewing industry consultant Anthony Clem to lead the panel and discussion. Anthony has extensive real world experience and will provide real context to the discussion of flavor defects and how they can occur.
The first part of the workshop is an introduction to sensory skills led by scientists from the Consumer Science and Sensory Science Group of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries which will go through the fundamentals of sensory science from of first principles.
The presentation is designed to be an interactive session, providing innovative hands-on experiences.
Part two is a familiarization workshop examining 10 of the most common flavors in beer, and a discussion of exactly how these flavors can develop in the product throughout the production and packaging process.
The Brewlab team would also like to take this show on the road to regional Queensland venues including the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
The team is looking for expressions of interest from industry participants wishing to attend the workshop, but also from brewery/hall operators with sufficient space to hold these workshops in the Gold Coast areas and the Sunshine Coast.
The initial workshop is limited to 12 participants, so contact the team directly, and EOIs can be sent directly to the Brewlab team at [email protected].