College of the Extended University

Program Information

Who Should Enroll?

  • Adults age 21+ who want to learn the science and art of craft brew beer.
  • Students who are interested in the business of craft beer and beer production.
  • Students with some home‐brewing experience who want to refine their skills.
  • Students seeking an immersive and practical experience in craft brewing
    to expand their personal and professional knowledge in this dynamic industry.

Learning Objectives

Online Component of the Assistant Brewery Internship:

  • Introduce students to the brewing industry and its components.
  • Familiarize students with brewing ingredients and their effects on flavors.
  • Provide a solid foundation for a successful internship in the Assistant Brewer Internship Program.
  • Provide students with the tools necessary for success within the brewing industry.

 

For BRW200 ‐ Assistant Brewer Internship Program:

  • Introduce students to the brewing environment with hands‐on participation.
  • Allow students to participate in the production line (canning, bottling, kegging).
  • Safely coach the students through brewing at an industry level.
  • Transfer beers to kegs and understand the fundamentals of counter pressure bottle filling.
  • Provide students with the tools necessary to be successful within the brewing industry.

Certificate Eligibility

  • Students will receive the Certified Assistant Brewer certificate signifying the completion of a 80‐
    hour internship.