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Our training ranges from one day workshops for craft brewers who want to develop their skills and knowledge through to nine week courses for those who are seeking more extensive qualifications
Our laboratory services provide assurance and development for breweries seeking to manage consistency and evaluate prospects for future products.
This is designed for the beginner or keen amateur considering opening their own microbrewery. The topics covered include beer tasting, recipe formulation, yeast analysis and business start up planning.
Brewlabs advanced services provide high quality investigations on routine or occasional samples to maintain your consistency, identify faults and direct development.
Our 3 week course is ideal for those people who have decided to set up their own micro brewery. It enables students to enhance their knowledge of brewing theory and develop their practical brewing skills.
This course is designed for brewery staff currently working in the daily production processes of micro breweries who want to keep their knowledge and skills updated.
This has been designed for those with little knowledge of commercial brewing who want to quickly gain practical experience and understanding of the daily production processes from raw materials through to finished product. s all the information and knowledge you will need to become a professional brewer.
This course has 6 modules that encompass all the information and knowledge you will need to become a professional brewer
The range of training courses Brewlab offers are relevant to the first time brewer, through to professionals who are seeking to keep their skills and knowledge updated.
John Bates established the Ole Slew Foot Brewing Company in July 2008 after buying a 820 litre kit form Glastonbury ales and now produces a range of ...
What inspired you to do the Brewlab course?I recall meeting Keith Thomas at a CAMRA AGM in Edinburgh in the 1990s and from that point forward always ...