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3 Mistakes to Avoid When Planning A Cultivation Facility: Part 1

Designing your facility shouldn't be a hassle. Getting a growing operation up and running is a huge undertaking. From lo...

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Wachusett Brewing Company: A Customer Spotlight

Ensuring a Quality Brew and Cider Every Time Wachusett Brewing Company are congratulated in having among the finest QA/Q...

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A Study In Beer Haze - Turbidity

Haze in beer used to be the bane of a brewer; sediment, particles, floating "dust" in a beverage, was not desired. Times...

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Pittcon 2020: A Quick Recap

Cutting Edge Innovation New technology was everywhere this year at Pittcon 2020 as attendees and exhibitors alike gather...

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Financing Investments into Your Winery Lab

If you’ve been around the wine industry for any length of time, you’ve heard some of the common cliché phrases the indus...

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Hanna & Pittcon 2019 - Your Highlights

Science at its best! The whir of magnetic stirrers, pistons pumping, and the beeping of instruments filled the air at Pi...

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The Winery Lab; Improving Wine Quality by Improving Wine Analysis

An Introduction to the Winery Lab The wine lab. Often the part of the production process overlooked or given the short s...

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Beer and Brewing, Ways to Make it Great! - A Guide to Tracking your Progress, From Grain to Glass

   Whether you are a homebrewer, work for a nano, micro or regional brewery, the end goal is the same; you want to make ...

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The Complete Guide to Measuring Turbidity in Water

Turbidity is one of the most common and intuitive qualities of water. The first thing we notice about water is how cloud...

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Measuring Turbidity During Sugar Processing

Many foods we eat contain a variety of sweeteners, from natural sweeteners such as honey and molasses to refined sugars ...

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