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Data Loggers for Beer Processing

Data Loggers

Brewing & Beer Production

For thousands of years brewers have been perfecting the craft of beer production. Modern technology has significantly improved process control for brewers and, consequently, product quality. MadgeTech data loggers provide beverage creators with a complete picture of their mash, wort, or beer at key control points that affect taste, stability, and consumer safety.

Applications

  • Temperature monitoring during fermentation
  • pH measurement for flavor protection
  • Environmental control of brewing/bottling facilities
  • Pasteurization verification prior to distribution

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MadgeTech is heading to the Windy City to showcase data logging solutions specifically designed to help food processors comply with food safety regulations. The 2017 Food Safety Summit will take place from May 8 – 11 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

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Peanuts, pretzels and soda are complimentary, but if you looking for something a little stronger to help get you through your flight it will cost you a few bucks. What you may not know about that in-flight beer is that the airplane's microclimate dramatically affects its taste. Following on the heels of two international airlines, Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific is teaming up with Hong Kong Brew Co. to develop a made-for-flight craft brew.

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Throughout a decade of economic recession and sluggish recovery, the craft beer movement has continued to blossom as a testament to American industry and artisanal ingenuity. In a move to protect this job-creating industry, over 100 members of congress led by Erik Paulsen of Minnesota, Dan Newhouse of Washington, Peter DeFazio of Oregon and Chelli Pingree of Maine are petitioning the federal government to increase funding for the study of hops.

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Yeast is classified as a single-cell fungi, but has been used for thousands of years by bakeries and breweries as a main ingredient for success. According to a group of Belgian researchers, yeast has been used to brew beer for more than 500 years. With the popularity of craft beer on the rise they decided to team with researchers from White Labs in California to map out the first genetic tree for brewing yeasts.

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There is no true definition for craft beer, with each individual style and brand being one-of-a-kind it's hard to pick and choose which breweries deserve the honor. While some call it a trend, statistics show the love of beer is way more than just a trend with eight consecutive years of double digit growth and more than 4,000 active breweries in the United States, a first since the 1870s.

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Most adults have experienced the disappointment of cracking open an ice cold beer and taking a big swig only to discover that the supposedly refreshing beverage is actually stale. This age old dilemma may quickly become a thing of the past, thanks to new technology from Bruker Corporation and the taste experts at FlavorActiV.

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