As a director of quality, also known as a brewmaster, Paul manages the brewing practices in Heineken’s global breweries and ensures that product quality is consistent across 192 global markets. With a Ph.D. in yeast genealogy, biotechnology and genetics, it is Paul’s responsibility to ensure that Heineken’s yeast, which dates back to 1886, behaves properly during fermentation.
There are nine key steps in the brewing process and a director of quality oversees them all, including milling, malting, mashing, lautering, boiling, fermenting, conditioning, filtering, and filling.
As general manager, Bryan ensures all day-to-day operations at the brewery are running smoothly. There are no shortcuts in the brewing process and every step must be perfect.
Beer is tasted several times throughout the brewing process to ensure quality standards are met for consumers.
Beer starts here. Barley is the soul of all beers, lending color, body and flavor. Bill develops special varieties of barley and ensures consistency, so every beer brewed is made with the freshest ingredients and of the same high-quality standard.
On average, about 1 ounce of barley goes into every bottle of beer.
What does a transportation manager do?
Cristina ensures the safe transportation of beer from Constellation breweries to distributors and retailers across the U.S. From monitoring truck shipments to developing relationships with partners all along the supply chain, Christina plays a key role in ensuring U.S. consumers have access to quality imported beer.
Did you know…?
Transportation is usually the largest cost in a company’s logistics budget, so every step in the delivery process must be strategically and thoughtfully negotiated and planned out.
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