Contact: American Brewers Guild 1001 Maple Street Salisbury, VT 05769
Fax: (802) 352-4641 firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Schedule Information January 2013: All courses and spots are closed Winter/Summer 2013: Working Brewers June 2013 Only, all
others full Winter/Summer 2014: Working Brewers and Brewery
in Planning ONLY Winter 2015: All CBA/IBS&E courses and spots are closed Summer 2015: Register NOW for both the
CBA and IBS&E
June 2015 courses. Click through to the course pages for
Grain to Glass Boots on Brewing:Are you a brewery
owner or manager looking for an overview of the process? Do you work in a
supporting industry and want to grasp the brewing basics? Or are you simply
interested in the science of brewing? We have a 7 day short course on
brewing science with hands-on training on our full sized brewing system.
click for more details.
Classes in 2012, and going forward, will be spending their final weeks
of training at our own state of the art facility in Middlebury,
Vermont. We have our own packaging brewery, classroom and teaching
laboratory allowing us to offer a unique learning experience. Follow
our progress at
June 2012 Classes are full and
the second one is currently underway. They graduate this
fall at Drop In Brewing in
Applications are closed for January 2013, June 2013,
January 2014, and June 2014 Classes.
The American Brewers Guild and
Brewing Company are proud to announce the 2011 Greg
Noonan Scholarship has been awarded to Dana Bourque of Stafford
Springs, CT.There were many excellent and very
deserving candidates. It was a very difficult decision for the
selection committee and not one that they made lightly. Greg would
have been proud to know that such worthy people wish to carry on his
legacy in the Craft Brewing Industry. The proceeds from the
sale of a special barrel aged Wee Heavy Scotch Ale, brewed by
Berkshire Brewing in honor of Greg, funded the tuition for this
The first 22 weeks of the courses are comprised of instruction in brewing science and engineering including the theory, science and technology of brewing processes that convert barley to beer. Special emphasis is placed on practical issues such as raw materials quality and assessment, practical wort production, yeast propagation and handling, and fermentation and finishing practices.For those who enroll in the Craft Brewers Apprenticeship Program, the next five weeks consists of practical on-site training as a working brewer at a host brewery with a selected Guild approved mentor.
Industry News : Craft Brewing Gains 11% in '10 - Outpaces all other categories
Boulder, CO • March 21, 2011—The
Brewers Association, the trade association representing the
majority of U.S. brewing companies, today released 2010 data on
the U.S. craft brewing industry. Small and independent craft
brewers1 saw volume2 increase 11 percent and
retail sales dollars increase 12 percent over 2009, representing a
growth of over 1 million barrels (31 gallons per U.S. barrel),
equal to more than 14 million new craft cases.
Interested in working in San Diego? How about in
India? There are lots of new jobs posted on the job
hotline! Check out the Alumni website at www.masterbrewer.com.
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