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Draught Beer Microbiology & Physiological Heterogeneity in Yeast Population

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Join us to discover the latest PhD research on the microbiology of draught beers and heterogeneity in brewing yeast populations.

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At this event, two PhD students from the University of Nottingham present their ground-breaking investigations and provide technical knowledge to improve production with new data and thought-provoking investigation conclusions.

The microbiology of draught beer by Alex Jevons

Our knowledge of draught beer microbiology is driven by data from over 50 years ago, which although excellent work, is outdated and often isolated to one beer style.

In this session, we present the most recent investigation on biofilm formation potential in various draught beer styles and apply modern sequencing technologies to unravel the unique microbiome of these styles. We look further at the environmental niches which drive these microbial population selections.

Physiological heterogeneity in brewing yeast populations by Toby Pendlebury

A detailed investigation into the stress response of brewing yeast populations, revealing the presence of cell-to-cell variation and potential sources of heterogeneity.

Why you should attend:

  • Discover draught beer styles biofilm formation and unique microbiome
  • Learn new sources of heterogeneity in brewing yeast
  • Clarify questions with experts

Speakers:

  • Alex Jevons - PhD Researcher - University of Nottingham
  • Toby Pendlebury - Brewing Science PhD Student - University of Nottingham

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  • Presentations
  • Q&A
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