Siebel Sensory Analysis Workshop @ the GABF

What: Educational

When: Tuesday - September 29, 2009 @ 01:00PM to Tuesday - September 29, 2009 @ 05:00PM

Where: Denver Marriott City Center, Denver, Colorado
The Siebel Institute of Technology & Brewers Association are proud to present professional-level brewing education at the 2009 Great American Beer Festival in Denver.

The 4-hour Siebel Institute Sensory Analysis Seminar is designed to train brewers and beer enthusiasts in the process of sensory evaluation of beer. During this informative & practical presentation, students will learn to employ techniques used in professional breweries worldwide to assess the quality of their ales and lagers. The seminar will follow the brewing process from brewhouse to packaged product focusing on positive and negative flavor compounds produced during the various stages of the brewing process, including fermentation, maturation, packaging and storage. The origin and control of the various flavors will be discussed and students will have the opportunity to smell & taste beers that have been spiked with a variety of food-grade flavor compounds.

The $140 fee includes the 4-hour presentation, seminar notebook, and all tasting samples. You can book space in the Sensory program by downloading the GABF Sensory Analysis Seminar registration and faxing the complete form to our offices at 312-255-1312. To reserve a space you must provide a credit card number (Visa or MasterCard) or mail a check (the space is held from the time the check arrives in Chicago). If you require a receipt, one will be forwarded after the transaction is completed, which may take several days as transactions are batched for processing. Please note that payment is non-refundable in the case of cancellation or non-appearance by the attendee.

Further information:
Siebel Institute of Technology
1777 North Clybourn Avenue
Chicago, IL. 60614-5520 U.S.A.
Phone 312-255-0705
Fax 312-255-1312
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.siebelinstitute.com

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