Iz Netto is a microbiologist with a wide range of experience, from water quality to fermentation and food safety. During her time as R&D biologist at Escarpment Labs, her research projects aimed to develop and improve on products and protocols, looking at topics such as Lactobacillus, diastaticus, and yeast repitching. Iz has a master’s degree from Ryerson University, where she wrote an award-nominated thesis on Environmental Microbiology, as well as a diploma in Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management from Niagara College.
January 6th, 2020 | 24 mins 55 secs
Our friends from Escarpment Labs (EP102) discuss the impact of inoculation rate on Norwegian kveik yeast fermentation.