Precision Fermentation Granted 2 US Patents for BrewIQ Fermentation Management Technology

Precision Fermentation, a leading provider of fermentation management technology for the beverage industry, today announced that the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted two patents – numbers 11655444B2 and 20220268679A1. The patents describe the architecture and process for providing real-time instrumentation, monitoring, and analysis of commercial fermentations that is used in the company’s BrewIQ fermentation management platform.

BrewIQ delivers real-time measurements of seven key fermentation metrics (dissolved oxygen, pH, gravity, pressure, fluid and ambient temperature, and conductivity) to the user’s web-based dashboard. By comparing ongoing fermentation data with benchmarks and past fermentations for individual brands, users can streamline fermentation  processes, improve product quality and consistency, and increase profitability.

“Fermentation is not a straight-line process; fluid density and volumes of dissolved gasses change with the progression of biological activity. These changes in turn impact sensor accuracy and make precision measurements with static individual sensors difficult,” said Jared Resnick, founder and CEO of Precision Fermentation. “Our patented approach to fermentation monitoring uses multiple sensors and optimizes sampling timing and process, and then applies machine learning to the readings, ensuring accurate and timely measurements throughout each stage of the fermentation cycle.”

With more than 250 customers around the world, including Big Storm Brewing Company, Denali Brewing, Mother Earth Brewing, and Keel & Curley Winery, BrewIQ is helping commercial fermenters of all sizes improve their process efficiency, improve product quality and consistency, reduce costs, and increase profits. 

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