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2020 Advanced Class in Craft Malt Production

  • 03 Feb 2020
  • (EST)
  • 06 Feb 2020
  • (EST)
  • Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
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Course Objectives

  • Develop knowledge in malting barley and in its characteristics
  • Learn and control the different steps of the malting process
  • Determine the defining characteristics of malt quality and the influence of processing parameters
  • Learn the technology and methods used to produce craft malt

Instructors 

Dr. Patrick Boivin is audit, training and technical manager at IFBM. He is Visiting Professor in malting and brewing at University of Lorraine and Harwich College. He received BSc in Biology and Biochemistry from Rouen University (1983), MSc in Biotechnology from Compiègne Technology University (1984) and PhD in Microbiology, Enzymology and Bioconversion from Compiègne University (1987). He was Post-Doctoral Fellow at Baylor University, Texas, U.S.A., 1987-1989. He received Master in Business and Administration in 1998 from French Institute of Management. Since 1989 he has been working at IFBM as scientific Director. He is lecturer of IFBM craft and industrial malting and brewing training program. He has been accredited trainer by IBD and can conduct courses in French and English. He has published several papers, reviews and patents, particularly in malting process.

Hannah Turner is the Director of the Montana State University Barley Genetics and Malt Quality Lab. The lab services the MSU breeding program and industry through research, outreach, education and by providing thousands of data points each year on barley, malt, and beer. Hannah has degrees in Environmental Horticulture and Plant Science, with her M.S. focusing on genetic control of starch production in cereals. In her current role Hannah conducts research on important issues such as the impact of steeping regime on malt quality, genetic control of barley endosperm hydration, and method development to improve breeding program selection for malting varieties. Hannah is dedicated to elevating the barley value chain via education and presents frequently to groups from farmer to brewer.


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