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Learn how to use the Fishbone References by watching this helpful webcast narrated by its developer Greg Casey

Watch this webcast tutorial and discover…

  • Exactly what fishbone diagrams are
  • How these were developed from real-world quality and productivity issues
  • How to read and use them properly
  • How to apply their solutions in your brewery setting

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About Greg Casey

Casey Casey graduated from the University of Guelph in 1979 with a B.Sc. degree in Applied Microbiology before completing a Ph.D. degree in 1984 in Applied Microbiology & Food Science at the University of Saskatchewan (Thesis: Ethanol Tolerance of Brewers Yeast in High Gravity Brewing). Following two years as a NATO Postdoctoral Scientist at Carlsberg Laboratories in Copenhagen researching yeast chromosome fingerprinting and diacetyl production by lager yeasts, he returned to the University of Saskatchewan as an Assistant Professor in the Food Biotechnology Department (1986-1987).

Prior to his employment at MillerCoors, Greg was employed as a Senior Research Scientist with Anheuser-Busch in Saint Louis (1987-1991), Senior Project Leader in charge of the Strain Development Laboratory at Red Star Yeast and Products in Milwaukee (1991-1992), Director responsible for the Corporate Laboratories at the Stroh Brewery Company in Detroit (1992-1998) and Senior Corporate QA Director at Stroh (1998-1999). Greg joined Coors Brewing Company in April 1999 and since that time has served in the capacities of Director of Corporate Quality Assurance (1999-2003), Director of Brewing R&D (2002-2003), Molson Coors Director of Brewing Services Technical Support (2003-2004), Molson Coors Director of Brewing Services (2004-2007), Molson Coors NASC Director of Brewing Process Development (2007-2008) and since August, 2008, Manager of the Applied Brewing Technology Team at MillerCoors. Greg also served as the ASBC President in 2005-2006.

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