Any craft brewery no matter the size needs to have Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in place to make sure best practices are followed for key tasks and operating equipment. SOPs need to be well documented and easy to follow so future mistakes can be avoided. But that doesn’t mean SOPs should be static and set in stone. They should evolve and get better with time. Learn how to write better SOPs and improve the ones you have in place with Steve Parkes of the American Brewers Guild.
BREWMASTER & OWNER, DROP IN BREWING COMPANY
OWNER & LEAD INSTRUCTOR, AMERICAN BREWERS GUILD
Link to Steve Parkes’ PDF of the presentation can be found here: https://byo.com/wp-content/uploads/Steve-Parkes-NanoCon-2022.pdf
You'll Also Like
Your Malt COA is a valuable brewing tool if you know how to use the listed numbers. It can be a roadmap to maximize your malt during a brew day and that
Branding is essentially telling your brewery’s story. But with a start-up, where do you begin? How do you prioritize what you need to do with your brand’s identity before you even pour