Introduction to Brewing course, Saturday July 9, 2016
Dalhousie University, in association with the Canadian Institute of Fermentation Technology (CIFT), will be offering a day-long “Intro to Brewing” workshop. Beginning with a brief history of brewing, this workshop emphasizes the fermentation process, the raw materials required, and their role in producing a unique brew.
The workshop will be conducted both in the classroom and in the CIFT pilot plant, giving attendees the opportunity to work with pilot scale equipment and interact with instructors and fellow students. The workshop will be conducted on Saturday, July 2nd, 2016 at Dalhousie University’s Sexton Campus. The course is open to the public.
Topics covered, include:
Additional brewing facts
For further details or to reserve a seat please contact Andrew MacIntosh (Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Brewing Raw Materials: Yeast - Date TBA
Dalhousie University, in association with the Canadian Institute of Fermentation Technology (CIFT), will be offering a day-long workshop titled “Brewing Raw Materials: Yeast”. This workshop discusses, in detail, yeast’s contribution to brewing and covers topics such as: discovery, types of yeast, role in fermentation, and proper care of the organism.
This day-long workshop will be conducted in the laboratory as well as the CIFT pilot plant. Attendees will have the opportunity to use instruments and follow standardized procedures commonly used in industry. This course is open to the public.
Topics covered include:
Storage and Disposal
For further details or to reserve a seat please contact Andrew MacIntosh (Andrew.email@example.com).