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Brewing Small Batch Beers

WORKSHOP | HRT 025

This two-session course is an all grain one-gallon full brew day, starting from raw ingredients all the way to packaged beer. Session one includes the actual brew day, which is 4 to 5 hours in length. Students will be provided with a Brooklyn Brewshop kit with a choice of three different beer styles (Afternoon Wheat or Everyday IPA or Oatmeal Stout). Students will be provided with all the equipment needed and will be items that are commonly found in the average home kitchen. The brew day will go through the process of mashing, lautering, boiling, cooling, sanitation and yeast pitching. The wort is left to ferment for two weeks as the yeast transforms the wort into beer. When the beer is fully fermented students will return for session two to package the beer into bottles to take home and condition. This batch size makes roughly seven 500ml bottles of beer and will be ready for consumption two to three weeks following session two.

Registration will close two weeks before the start of class to allow time to procure the brew kits. No refunds will be available two weeks prior to start of class.

Contact Information:

Savio Colaco
416.675.6622 ext. 4974
savio.colaco@humber.ca

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"The brewing course at humber and the excellent instruction from Doug met all of my expectations. I can now say I am ready to move forward on my own brewing Journey. Could not have done it without this course." - Matt