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Guide for authors (revised 7 2021)

This gives procedures for preparing manuscripts for BrewingScience. In general, submissions have to be only in English.

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Ludwig Narziss Award

Brief summary

  • Objective: This prize will be awarded to that BrewingScience publication in which the results are particularly relevant for application in the brewing industry (very broadly also including malting topics, hop processing, packaging...).
  • Candidates: All publications printed in a BrewingScience year's issues / yearbooks.
  • Organisation: Fachverlag Hans Carl, Nuremberg
  • Jury: The group of experts of BrewingScience can be viewed at www.brewingscience.de/index.php?tpl=experts.
  • Advisory board: The Editorial Board of BrewingScience (can be viewed at www.brewingscience.de/index.php?tpl=editorial_board) decides on the further procedure in the case of identical evaluations.
  • Prize money: The price is endowed with 2500 EUR.
  • Financing: Prize money will be financed from donations. Everyone interested can contribute.
  • Bank details of the Weihenstephan Jubilee Foundation: Bank fuer Kirche und Caritas eG, IBAN: DE59 4726 0307 0013 7656 00, BIC: GEN0DEM1BKC, Reference: Ludwig Narziss Award for Brewing Science (Upon request, we will issue a tax deductible receipt)


Fachverlag Hans Carl, Germany
Malt project wins Ludwig Narziß Award for Brewing Science

The Ludwig Narziß Award for Brewing Science was granted for the 8th time during the 38th EBC Congress at the end of May 2022. For the first time, the winning publication came from the field of malt research. The previous winning entries came from hop research, yeast research and the field of microbiology.

This year, the award went to the article "Identification of marker volatiles in malt to predict malt-derived aroma properties of bottom-fermented beers" by Michael Féchir, Thomas Kraus-Weyermann and Prof. Jens Voigt, BrewingScience issue 74 (2021), no. 1/2, pp. 17-26. BrewingScience Editor-in-Chief Dr. Lydia Junkersfeld was pleased to present the prize of 2500 EUR to Michael Féchir in Madrid together with VeW president Dr. Frank Braun, who manages the finances.

Brewing Summit 2022: Abstract submission now open

The Brewing Summit 2022 will take place in Providence, Rhode Island from 14-16 August 2022. Master Brewers and the American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) will explore the emerging issues facing researchers and innovators today.

New this year, programming will take place over three shared days where Master Brewers and ASBC attendees will be able to go to all sessions and workshops organized by both groups.

The focus of the program follows the meeting theme "Brewing a Sustainable Future".

As of now, abstracts can be submitted on the ASBC website concerning issues such as workforce sustainability, carbon neutral beer, and the improvement of benchmarking and data analysis to innovate around evidence-based sustainability.