Salisbury High grad's biotech company part of food safety revolution
February 16, 2016 • Media / Article
The Morning Call
As Weyerbacher Brewing increases production, quality control lab manager Chris Reilly has a growing concern.
Not only must each bottle of the Easton craft brewer's popular Blithering Idiot English barley wine pack a sweet, malty punch, but it also must consistently pack the same sweet, malty punch its fans have come to expect.
Nothing can ruin that faster than a few unwanted, lactic-acid producing bacteria.
To help detect contaminants in time to scrap or fix a batch of beer before it makes its way to consumers' discerning palates, Reilly uses brewPAL, a testing protocol produced by Invisible Sentinel