Now re-named ‘Brewing – The Fundamentals’ we ran the first of our new, updated, brewing course face to face for the first time in two years. Although we have been restricted to Zoom only teaching for the last two years, it has allowed us time required to re-write much of the course material and update the lecture material.
But Zoom is no substitute for the real thing and so it was pleasing to once again stand up in front of a full course of brewers all wanting to learn more about the underpinning theory behind their day-to-day brewing activities.
The course once again included visits to Fawcett’s Maltings to see the many different types of malt being made and Hambleton Brewery to see their bottling and new canning operations.
Once again, we had some great feed back from those attending the course.
“This course has been an amazing experience”
“I would definitely recommend this course to other young brewers or people thinking of becoming a brewer”
“Being a newcomer to brewing, I am now a lot more confident about starting to brew”
“A wonderful course. I particularly enjoyed the visits to the maltings and Hambleton and the brew day at Treboom as I always find visual/hands on learning to be best”