Our one day HACCP workshop ran this week providing a comprehensive introduction to the principles and techniques of food safety in a brewery.

Blending a mix of classroom tutorials and demonstrations in the brewery, we delivered knowledge and provided example documentation for attendees to go ahead and create and implement their own HACCP plans.

The course had 8 participants from a range of backgrounds.

Giles Meadows of Wincle Brewery in Macclesfield stated “The HACCP course was extremely accessible, useful and relevant to both brewery operatives and management. It will certainly help us implement and maintain a robust HACCP plan.

Sean from Porterhouse Brewing Company in Dublin also stated ‘’The recent expansion of our business to a new brewery site necessitated an overhaul of our HACCP process and procedures. In order to ensure we would be compliant with the most up to date regulations and to further expand the knowledge base amongst our production team I attended the HACCP Day course at Brewlab. I found the course to be very insightful and well taught, with a lot of useful information and practical advice ably given by instructor Arthur Bryant. I’m happy to recommend this course for anyone looking to implement, or to brush up on, HACCP.’’

The next course will run Monday 1st April.

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