Bernardo Alatorre

Degree: M.S.

Lecturer and interim director of the Brewery Operations Program

Department: School of Hospitality

Bernardo Alatorre

Topics

Beer/Brewing Operations Beverage Management Bilingual - Spanish Hospitality / Events and Tourism Management Sales

Expertise

  • Manufacturing operations and supply chain
  • Brewing science and technology
  • Fermentation science
  • Leadership safety and environmental management

About

Bernardo Alatorre is a lecturer and interim director of the Brewery Operations Program in the School of Hospitality at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. His areas of expertise are in fermentation science, brewing science and technology, manufacturing operations and supply chain.

Alatorre began teaching at MSU Denver in May 2022. Prior to joining the University, he worked as director of quality for Avery Brewing Co. with a focus on production and process improvement.

Over the past 30 years, Alatorre managed operations at major Breweries in Mexico City, the Pacific Northwest, Georgia, and California, carrying responsibilities covering the entire brewing process from planning, supply chain, production, and packaging auxiliary services like quality and utilities facilities.

Alatorre received his master’s in science with a focus in biotechnology and bioengineering from the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico and a bachelor’s in Food Engineering from University of Metropolitan Autonomous. In 2021, he obtained a diploma in Brewing from the Institute of Brewing and Distilling.

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