2022-02-04 Product news
Webinar: Zooming in on NOLO beer
Non-alcoholic or low alcohol beer products have been present in different forms in the last 30 years. However, not until recently 0.0 beers, made by stripping alcohol from dedicated final beer recipes to less than 0.05% ABV, have been successful. Demand for no and low alcohol (NOLO) beers is growing in Australia and New Zealand. How can you tap into this exciting and profitable market?
For brewers, market demand for low and zero alcohol beers brings important choices and challenges with respect to flavour, technology capabilities and cost-effectiveness.
Alfa Laval understands the process of removing alcohol from beer. Join this live webinar to learn the difference between dealcoholisation technologies and their suitability for your brewery’s production capacity and styles of beers.
Alfa Laval expert Juan Jurado hosted a live webinar for Australia and New Zealand to discuss trends and technologies:
- What are the latest market trends and demand drivers for 0.0 beer products?
- How to achieve successful taste from some unique dealcoholisation technology?
- Why should you consider your provider’s brewery know-how, technical support and extended process solutions when making dealcoholised beer?
The live webinar has ended, and the recording and webinar presentation are available on-demand. Please fill out the form to access the materials.
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Juan Jurado has traversed different exciting roles and countries in the last 27 years with Alfa Laval. Today, he is the Global Technology Manager for Alfa Laval Brewery Systems HQ based in Copenhagen. On paper, he has a M Eng Food/Agronomical Engineering and International MBA by ESCP Europe, but nothing beats his actual on-field experience as a Skilled Engineer in Brewery Modules and Separation solutions with more than 500 brewery projects under his belt.
Back when no one has heard of dealcoholization technologies, he has already immersed himself in different types since 1997 achieving, together with brewers, successful NOLO beer products in many countries, including Australia. Ten years of active cooperation with VLB Berlin Institute and other brewery educational organizations continue to inspire him in sharing elusive knowledge with industry fellows.