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Guide for authors (revised 01. 2014)

This gives procedures for preparing manuscripts for BrewingScience. In general, submissions have to be only in English.
(The complete procedures are available as a PDF file)

SCImago Journal & Country Rank

Meetings & Events

The scientific publisher of

  • European Brewery Convention (EBC), Brussels, Belgium
    European Brewery Convention (EBC)
  • Wissenschaftsfoerderung der Deutschen Brauwirtschaft, Berlin, Germany
    European Brewery Convention (EBC)


Research Award
Ludwig Narziß Award for Brewing Science: first winners announced
Dr. Adrian Forster and Andreas Gahr are the first winners of the Ludwig Narziß Award for Brewing Science. On Thursday, 12 November 2015, Professor Ludwig Narziß himself presented the award during BrauBeviale to the two brewing scientists for their contribution "A Comparison of the Analytical and Brewing Characteristics of Cascade and Comet Hop Varieties as grown in Yakima (USA) and in Hallertau (Germany)", published in BrewingScience no. 67 (2014), pp. 137-148.
The EUR 2,500 award is designed to formally recognize those BrewingScience publications in which the results are particularly relevant for application in the brewing industry. For further information please refer to this article.

Hop Harvest Guide 2014
Gone are the days when hops were judged solely for their technical properties. Today, aromas and flavors take priority. The new Hop Harvest Guide compares individual crop years of hops. The first edition was presented at the BrauBeviale 2014. Highly skilled experts have tasted and described 21 hop varieties from the recent 2014 harvest: 14 hop varieties from Germany, France, Slovenia and the Czech Republic, four American and three Australian hop varieties. The goal is to find out as soon as possible whether there are peculiarities or differences in the 2014 harvest when compared to previous evaluations.
The guide is available from fachbuch@hanscarl.com or www.carllibri.com