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Technology Brewing and Malting. It has also been translated into Polish, Serbian and Hungarian. The 5th English Edition has been revised, partly updated and has been. WOLFGANG KUNZE Chapter 11 co-written by Dr H J Manger TECHNOLOGY Brewing Malting 4th completely updated edition Published by Versuchs- und Lehranstalt.

The book – in brewers’ circles well-known as just the “Kunze”– has accompanied countless brewers and maltsters on their way into and through the professional practice since its first edition in 1961. Meanwhile more than 30,000 German, about 17,000 English, 6000 Chinese, 3500 Russian and 1500 Spanish copies have been printed. It has also been translated into Polish, Serbian and Hungarian. The 5th English Edition has been revised, partly updated and has been upgraded with a new modern layout. It contains 960 pages with more than 850 figures. Content. Raw materials: Barley, hops, water, yeast, adjuncts.

Malt production. Wort production. Beer production: Fermention, maturation, filtration, stabilisation. Filling the beer: One-way/returnable glass bottles, PET, cans, kegs.

Cleaning and disinfection. Finished beer: Ingredients, beer types, quality. Small scale brewing. Waste disposal and the environment. Energy management in the brewery and malting.

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Automation and plant planning The book addresses professional brewer in all sizes, from ambitious homebrewer, craft brewer, micro brewer, pub brewer up to industrial brewer. Because of its clear and thorough representation of all relevant aspects of malt and beer production, in more than 50 years, ”Technology Brewing & Malting” has become to what it is today: a standard work – across the globe. The Author Wolfgang Kunze, born in 1926, is a qualified brewer and maltster and studied brewing engineering at the VLB Berlin.

For 38 years, he was a teacher and head of the Dresden Brewer’s School and introduced generations of young brewers and maltsters to the art of beer brewing. His comprehensive knowledge and didactic experience, which he vividly conveys in his book, have made “Technology Brewing and Malting” over the last 50 years to what it is today: a standard work worldwide. Attachments.

Current list of book titles available from Brewers' Guardian. Beer Packaging - 2nd edition Edited by: Ray Klimovitz, Karl Ockert 2014, Hardback, 480 pages.

Price £89.95 Beer Packaging - 2nd edition, is a must-have resource for all of today's brewers up and down the production line, and includes perspectives for both the small craft brewers and those managing small scale pilot runs for large breweries averaging more than 10 million barrels per year. This book guides the user around the many potential pitfalls of packaging, particularly those that can affect your current or future customers, and ultimately your profit margins. It covers the beer packaging process from the tank to containers, to filling and boxing, and everything in between, including packaging line design and control, environmental and project management, bottle filling and washing, canning lines, pasteurisation, key line operations and palletising. Encyclopaedia of Brewing Author: Christopher Boulton 2013, Hardback, 716 pages.

Price £159.95 Encyclopaedia of Brewing provides a comprehensive description of terms which relate to the science and technology of beer, allied beverages, and the brewing and malting processes. The extensive and authoriative coverage provides an appropriately detailed description of each term under consideration, supplemented with diagrams and photographs where relevant. This essential first point of reference for information on brewing science offers commercial brewers and allied traders worldwide, as well as the burgeoning microbrewing sector, with an international perspective.

Technology Brewing & Malting - 5th International Edition Author: Wolfgang Kunze 2014, Hardback, 960 pages. Price £140.00. The slightly revised and partly updated 5th edition of the worldwide approved textbook for brewers and maltsters 'Technology Brewing & Malting' by Wolfgang Kunze was released in August 2014. It has been also upgraded with a new modern layout and contains 960 pages with more than 850 figures. Chapters in this new edition cover: Raw Materials, Malt production, Wort production, Beer production, Filling the beer, Cleaning and disinfection, Finished beer, Small scale brewing, Waste disposal and the environment, Energy management, and Automation and plant planning. Because of its clear and thorough representation of all relevant aspects of malt and beer production, in more than 50 years, 'Technology Brewing & Malting' has become to what it is today: a standard work - across the globe.

Covering beer production and stability, this book focuses in detail on the physiology and molecular biology of yeast and its use in beer production as well as on contaminating microorganisms and their effects on stability and quality. It reviews the effect of the completion of the full genome sequence of saccharomyces cerevisiae and its impact on beer fermentation. This volume is designed for microbrewers and multinational organisations - from technical brewers to quality controllers and researchers - and serves both as a reference book and laboratory manual. Brewing - 2nd Edition Authors: Michael J Lewis & Tom W Young 2002, Paperback, 398 pages. Price £58.99.

This popular book is both a basic text for traditional short and extension college courses in brewing science, and a reference for those involved in the malting, brewing and allied industries who have little or no formal training in brewing science. Although some elementary knowledge of chemistry and biology is necessary, the essentials of brewing science, and its relationship to brewing technology, are clearly presented.

The book focuses on principles and practices central to an understanding of the brewing process, including; malt, hops and yeast preparation; the fermentation process; microbiology and contaminants; finishing; packing and flavour. Malts and Malting Author: Dennis E Briggs 1998, Hardback, 824 pages. Price £133.00. Beer production has seen many changes over the centuries, and Brewing, 2nd revised edition, brings the reader right up-to-date with the advances made in the last decade. Covering the various stages of beer production, reference is also made to microbiology within the brewery and some pointers to research on the topic are given. Written by a recently retired brewer, this book will appeal to all beer-lovers, but particularly those within the industry who wish to understand the processes, and will be relevant to students of food or biological sciences.

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There are chapters about barley and the malting of grain, about water, hops, and yeasts and bacteria as well as descriptions of fermentation and post-fermentation processes. The techniques of production of high-quality beers are also described. The whole description is placed within a biotechnological content: modern developments and the wider significance of the bacteria that commonly contaminate beer are carefully examined. Handbook of Brewing – 2nd Edition Authors: Fergus Priest & Graham Stewart 2006, Hardback, 872 pages. Price £167.00. It has been ten years since its first edition, making the Handbook of Brewing, Second Edition the must have resource on the science and technology of beer production.

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