Introduction to Practical Brewing
Designed for advanced homebrewers and early career professional brewers, this in-depth course uses the amazing resources of the 1.5 barrel pilot brewery in the state-of-the-art brewing facility on the UC Davis campus. This class combines clear and detailed lectures with practical, hands-on brewing and laboratory tests. Go all the way from raw material selection to the quality and stability of the finished beer. A class ale will be brewed, and analyses on barley, malt, hops, yeast, wort and beer will be explored.
Note: You must be 21 years of age or older to enroll and attend.
Please refer to the campus map to locate the August A. Busch III Brewing and Food Science Laboratory at the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine & Food.
Please review the following link for parking information. The campus uses the Park Mobile app for ALL parking. You must have the app on your phone to pay for parking, if you plan to drive.
There will be no morning coffee service. Please bring a bag lunch. A list of nearby delis and convenience food restaurants will be available at check in. You will have 1 hour for lunch.
You will be sent an email approximately 10 days prior to the class with any updates
Must be 21 to attend
Refund requests will be approved, less a $100 processing fee, if the request is received by the refund deadline: June 19, 2023. Refunds and/or enrollment transfers will not be approved after this date. View complete enrollment policy information including details on withdrawals and transfers.