Craft Beer Appreciation

Can you tell the difference between a pilsner and a lager? How about a pale ale and a Belgian ale? Do you know what characteristics distinguish a wild from a sour? Take your taste buds on a frothy ride as we sample a variety of craft brews and styles from around the country, while also examining the science behind the brewing process that gives the beers such distinctively different complex flavors.

Course Title Instructor Date(s) Schedule Fee
Crafted Beer Appreciation Robert Emery, Sam Tierney 7/13/19 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM. $150

Introduction to Distilling Spirits

Introductions and general overview to the business and art of distilling spirits. Chef Eric will introduce you to the basic understanding of equipment such as pot and column stills, fermentation of grains and fruits, and the understanding and purposes of various yeast strains and types. You will become familiar with both local and federal laws, labelling and bottling, and nosing and blending.

Course Title Instructor Date(s) Schedule Fee
Introduction to Distilling Spirits Eric Olson 6/15/2019 Saturday
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Introduction to Home Brewing

Learn the basics of home brewing through a hands-on approach at a brewing facility. Students will brew and bottle their own small batch beer under the instruction of an industry expert. Two sessions - first brewing and then later session is for bottling your beer batch. If you have taken the Science of Brewing class, that is a plus, but is not required for you to successfully complete this class - enjoy

Recommended: It is helpful if you have already taken our Science of Brewing class, but it is not necessary.

Notice: Must be 21 or older to enroll. IDs will be checked.

Course Title Instructor Date(s) Schedule Fee
Introduction to Home Brewing Aaron Smith 3/2/2019 - 3/16/2019 Saturday
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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