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    Update at BDAS, LLC.

    Since Matt Linske joined us three years ago we hired another lead chemist. Amber Weygandt handles the GC and Distillation services. Gary continues pioneering spectroscopy techniques and we offer...
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    Sorry I have been away from the forum for too...

    Sorry I have been away from the forum for too long. Our microbiologist Matt can give you a lot of advice on media if you are still interested. He has shown over and over that he can grow bugs that no...
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    Followed through with interest I hope you solved...

    Followed through with interest I hope you solved the problem.

    One point of interest though. If you don't have enough calcium you could end up with a whole host of issues. Many are also unaware...
  4. A simple piece of instrumentation?

    I must disagree with Liam - A Spectrophotometer is NOT a simple piece of hardware. Its a very sophisticated instrument that can be used in versatile ways depending on slit width, band widths and a...
  5. Spectrophotometers

    One of the best on the market for brewery labs is a UV/visible UV10 (or its current replacement) from Thermo Fisher. You need full u/v capabilities for the iso-alphas and IBU's. I can advise you more...
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    Resources for Brewing Analytics

    Contact us at Brewing and Distilling Analytical Services - we can give you numerous level references to brewing analytical protocols. See if the ASBC Manual for Craft Brewers is still available for...
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    Mr. Matthew Linske was appointed to our full-time...

    Mr. Matthew Linske was appointed to our full-time chemist/microbiologist position effective October 1st 2012. We also hired a UK intern for part-time work. Thanks for your interest and please help me...
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    I thank all those who showed interest in this...

    I thank all those who showed interest in this posting and the position. Barring any unseen issues or circumstances the position has now likely been filled - our potential new hire is experiencing a...
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    Several good responses so far. We put out our...

    Several good responses so far. We put out our final call on several LinkedIn groups today and will accept a few more interested applicants over the next week or so before we will need to delve deeper...
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    Several good responses so far. We put out our...

    Several good responses so far. We put out our final call on several LinkedIn groups today and will accept a few more interested applicants over the next week or so before we will need to delve deeper...
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    You are in a very tricky situation. I'd either...

    You are in a very tricky situation. I'd either get the grain already pre-milled for you or relocate the mill anywhere but in the same area as the brewhouse. The dust will end up in spaces, rafters,...
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    Three candidates so far (one from further afield...

    Three candidates so far (one from further afield than we imagined) have expressed interest from earlier BA postings. We are primarily looking for an entry level (BSc. or possibly Masters degree...
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    Hugh, Talk to the Folks at IDD Process and...

    Hugh, Talk to the Folks at IDD Process and Packaging -they cover this in one of their Pasteurization presentations.

    Cheers,

    Gary.
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    Dann, How do you know for sure you have...

    Dann,

    How do you know for sure you have oxalates? Typically under the scope you see characteristic "Maltese crosses" ranging in size from tiny (seed crystals) to ones as big as yeast. But they can...
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    Brewing Laboratory Chemist Position

    Are you seeking a challenging position in the best US commercial beer and spirits testing facility?

    Brewing and Distilling Analytical Services seeks an entry level/masters level chemist or...
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    I agree. Water looks good. Assuming this is all...

    I agree. Water looks good. Assuming this is all that is in it. No fluorides? Low silica? Alkalinity is below 100 ppm. (whether expressed as bicarbonate or calcium carbonate). Better even closer to...
  17. Scott has good advice here and we have a couple...

    Scott has good advice here and we have a couple papers to recommend on use of media in the brewing industry. (I used to make the four media at the Siebel Institute and wrote about those and...
  18. Thread: FDA Changes?

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    Scott, I just got back to looking at the site and...

    Scott, I just got back to looking at the site and made a few posts today before finding this one. It is still up in the air as to the nutritional rulings but it is coming from the FDA (each state has...
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    It depends on "for official alcohol purposes or...

    It depends on "for official alcohol purposes or not". If you are looking for official/accepted alcohol values then you need to go the 45K route and get an Anton Paar DMA5000/and Alcolyzer (We do not...
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    As it is a rare occurence and could be expensive...

    As it is a rare occurence and could be expensive to pin down I agree it would be best to dump and move on. If you see it again under normal temperature conditions then a clean up/sanitation, water...
  21. Thread: Start up Lab

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    We gave a talk on this topic at the MBAA National...

    We gave a talk on this topic at the MBAA National last year and I'd be happy to share the details on that with anyone interested. Just let me know and I can go over lists and the talk with you. First...
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    Water and Series on Quality in Brewing

    Following a request from the BA and an idea from there I am in the process of writing a series of summary articles on the quality aspects of brewing. I just started posting this ongoing series of...
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    Missed Opportunities to Vote and Fund Brewers

    Your votes (Facebook only) are NEEDED NOW!

    Even if you do not vote for us (Brewing and Distilling) you are missing a great opportuinty to vote for brewers (Maui brewing and several others under...
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    Also - Lets avoid the (over) use of "Needless to...

    Also - Lets avoid the (over) use of "Needless to say....... (think about it)!
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    Deserving of Support

    Thanks for any votes of support this far (remember votes are private we don't know who votes).

    Here is a little note for those who do not yet know us - though many of you do.

    Why we think we...
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