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Course Programs in Food and Beverage Studies Beverage Studies Brewing

A course provides the opportunity to study a topic in greater depth. They are typically offered to students who have completed secondary school. Courses can last from a few weeks to a few years and may provide specialized training or career skills to help students prepare for the job market.

What is a brewing course? This is a class that is designed to teach students the science and art of making beer. There may be several topics covered, including the business aspects of owning a brewery. Examples of classes include brewery engineering, topics in Zymurgy, quality control, and the fundamentals of brewing science. There may be a capstone research project required. Many schools provide internship opportunities with local breweries.

While enrolled in a brewing course, students can gain basic business skills such as marketing and budgeting. They can also become efficient time managers. These attributes are transferable to and beneficial for any career path.

The cost for enrolling in a brewing course will depend upon the length of the course, the tuition the school charges, and any other additional fees. Students should contact the schools in which they are interested to get an estimate of expenses.

Upon completing a brewing course, students are usually prepared to begin careers in the beer industry. Some possibilities include becoming a brewery representative, a brewery quality control officer, an assistant canning line operator, a beer field technician, or a retail beer salesman. There may be jobs at various institutions for craft beer brewing teachers. Of course, there is the potential opportunity for students to open their own microbreweries and begin new beer brands.

There are many institutions around the world that offer a brewing course. Some schools may provide online classes in addition to traditional campus education. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.