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Appalachian State University 2017 Brewing Short Course

Fermentation Sciences at Appalachian State University

Monday, July 31, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Appalachian State University 2017 Brewing Short Course

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Appalachian State University 2017 Brewing Short Course

5-days;  8:30a - 5p+

First Week Session: July 24th (M-F) 

Second Week Session: July 31st (M-F)

Cost: $1,800 ($500 deposit + final payment of $1300)

Registration for the 2017 course will open at noon on January 5th.  If you have questions or would like to be added to the emai list for the 2017 short course please contact us.

The Appalachian State University brewery operations short course is intended for those working within the brewing industry and the advanced home brewer; specifically those considering starting a business or intent on increasing their proficiency and understanding of fundamental brewing principles and technologies.

Course material is intended to provide the participant with information relevant to testing modules offered by the Institute of Brewing and Distilling (IBD) while providing thorough discussions around standard brewery operations.  Participants will spend each morning in classroom discussions followed by an introduction to production-level sensory analysis.  Afternoons will include hands-on coverage of laboratory skills and analysis, additional classroom discussions, and finishing the day with sensory sessions based on both major and obscure beer styles from around the world.

There will be hands-on brewing activities focused on recipe development and process control and monitoring.  Laboratory sessions are hands-on and intended to provide training as well as an introduction to equipment and basic laboratory setup for a small- to medium-sized brewery.  Participants may take away wort if they desire. (Bring your own carboy and airlock or buy these on-site).

Lunch is provided daily & all course material will be made available in digital format for attendees. 

You must initially register with a $500 deposit to retain your seat in the course (or opt for full payment option).  Final full registration payment deadline is March 31st.  

PLEASE NOTE: Lack of full registration payment by March 31st will result in the class seat being offered to wait-list students, and forfeiture of a $500 deposit.

A reduced-rate hotel block will be reserved for Brewing Short Course participants, details will be available in April 2017.

Have questions about Appalachian State University 2017 Brewing Short Course? Contact Fermentation Sciences at Appalachian State University

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Appalachian Panhellenic Hall
949 Blowing Rock Road
Boone, NC 28607

Monday, July 31, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM


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Fermentation Sciences at Appalachian State University

The Fermentation Sciences program at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, is an inter-disciplinary degree within the College of Arts and Sciences intended to provide students with a strong background in chemistry and biology and a considerable focus in business, marketing and entrepreneurial principles.

 

Since 2010, the Fermentation Sciences program has secured external funding from the GoldenLEAF Foundation, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Small Business Administration, and North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center to present science-based, production-relevant workshops for the region's craft beverage industry.

 

Find more information on the degree program at http://fermentation.appstate.edu/ or learn about educatoinal outreach and industry lab services at http://wine.appstate.edu/

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