This event is in the past.
Cornell University will again offer a full day short course on Brewing Science & Technology at the Geneva Experiment Station on Friday, March 7, 2014. This extension program will be entirely presented by Prof. Karl Siebert, who spent over 18 years in the brewing industry and who has received multiple awards from brewing organizations. This offering is open to the public and in the past has been attended by people from micro-, pub and large breweries, suppliers, hop and barley farmers, maltsters, home brewers and those interested in beer and brewing.
This short course will cover barley, malt, hops, brewing water, adjuncts, brewhouse operations, brewing yeast and brewery fermentations, maturation, finishing and beer styles.
The short course costs $150, which includes continental breakfast, lunch and handouts.
Further course details can be seen at: http://blogs.cornell.edu/brewing/training/workshop/
This highly rated course was presented twice each in 2012 and 2013. The largest venue at the Geneva campus can accommodate approximately 80 people in classroom style seating. Three of the four previous offerings sold out in advance of the deadline. Registrations will be accepted until either the class reaches capacity or February 28.
Registration and payment (by credit card) can be accomplished at:
For assistance contact Gemma Osborne by phone (315-787-2248) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).