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Name: Beer Brewing Science
Date: March 8, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST
Event Description:
Covers the process of fermentation and biology of yeast and other organisms useful in the craft brewing industry. Students will study beer ingredients, adjuncts and malting processes, mashing and worts, hops flavoring and bittering, beer flavor compounds and beer maturation. Coursework also includes key industry sanitation procedures including COP (Clean-out-of-place) and CIP (Clean-in-place) and how to develop and maintain a sanitation plan. Students must be aged 21 or over.
Location:
Madison College - Truax Campus - 1701 Wright St, Madison, WI 53704
Date/Time Information:
This class occurs every Wednesday in the weeks of 2/15/17 through 4/12/17 starting at 6PM and ending at 9PM.
Contact Information:
If you have taken a course with us please call (608)-258-2301 (menu option 2) to register. If you have not taken a course with us please visit www.madisoncollege.edu/student-status to create a student account before registering.
Fees/Admission:
$329.00 Please register in advance for class #62695
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