Webinar - Centrifuge technology for your brewery - 24th September 2019
A centrifuge, or a separator, is a great tool that can help you to increase the profit from every batch of beer from your brewery and at the same time improve the quality of your beer.
In this webinar our experts Joakim Gustafsson and Fernando Jimenez will introduce you to centrifuge technology and explain how it is used in breweries. Find out why more and more brewers are investing in centrifuge technology. Join this webinar to learn:
• How separation can help you increase yield, improve beer quality and
• When and how you should use a centrifuge in a brewery
• How to choose the right centrifuge for your brewery
After you fill in the registration form you will receive an email with the login details and the instruction on how to access the webinar. You need the Adobe Connect Desktop Application to attend this webinar for the best experience. You may download the application here:
It is recommended that you attend the webinar with a high-speed internet connection. The quality may be compromised if you are accessing the webinar from a mobile phone app on mobile network or wifi.
We look forward to seeing you at our webinar!
Joakim Gustafsson is the global sales manager for high speed separators within craft breweries at Alfa Laval with a brewing diploma as well as 5 years of experience in the brewing industry besides being a home brewer for over 10 years.
About the speaker
Fernando Jimenez holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and works as the Global Business Manager for brewery and beverages segment at Alfa Laval. Based in the United States, he is supporting centrifuge applications within the fast-growing craft brewing industry worldwide.
The Power of Centrifuge
Centrifuges have been known in brewing circles for some time and the advantages that they bring to the fermentation and maturation beer processes of sedimentation and filtration processes are starting to be utilised by a growing number of craft breweries overseas and in Australia and New Zealand.