Learn the keys to running a small-scale barrel-aging program at your brewery from sourcing barrels to space saving ideas to tracking the progress of each beer. Michael Tonsmeire not only specializes in barrel-aged beers at his Maryland brewery Sapwood Cellars, but he also authored the book “American Sour Beers”. He has experience running a successful barrel program for his brewery and he’ll share his knowledge with you so you can add this new aspect to your brewery.
CO-FOUNDER, SAPWOOD CELLARS
Link to Michael Tonsmeire’s PDF of the presentation slides can be found here: https://byo.com/wp-content/uploads/Tonsmeire-Small-Scale-Barrel-Nanocon-Tonsmeire.pdf
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