Join us at the Bangkok Brewing Conference
Non-alcoholic or low alcohol beer products have been present in different forms in the last 30 years. However, it is not until recent years that quality 0.0 beers, those made by stripping alcohol from dedicated final beer recipes to less than 0.05% ABV, have been successful. There are clear signs that beer de-alcoholization will play an important role in upcoming beverage market trends. Alfa Laval's high level of process knowhow and technical support can help you adapt to the new challenges imposed by this growing demand with absolute confidence. Reach out to us and we will be happy to discuss further.
Non-alcoholic brewing – new technologies and big opportunities
You can read more about the efficiency, practicality and technical details of our beer dealcoholizers by downloading the brochure.
Dry hopping explained
Dry hopping is the process of adding hops following fermentation to add more aroma to the beer. Traditionally, dry hopping is done in beer styles such as pale ales and IPAs but is being utilized in the brewing of other beer styles as well.
Alfa Laval's new brewery page
Whether you brew the biggest brands, or the latest craft beer style, Alfa Laval can help you differentiate and expand. It’s about differentiation, connecting with consumers and their need to constantly try ‘new things’, adopting new raw materials and methods, all the while keeping a watchful eye on quality, cost and safety.
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Stay up-to-date with industry trends on Alfa Laval's dedicated beer production showcase page.
Info at a glance
Date: 9 - 11 June 2019
Venue: BITEC, Thailand
Presenting: Non-alcohol beer technology: a new quality beer based product for a big range of customers
Presenter: Juan Jurado, Global Technology Manager, Brewery Systems
Presentation time/date: 11 June, Tuesday, 11.45 am