HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (WHNT) – Have you ever wanted to learn how to brew your own beer? Calhoun Community College is offering a hands-on course this fall.
Classes will be held October 12 through November 16 at the Fractal Brewing Project, Education Room, 3200 Leeman Ferry Road SW in Huntsville. The deadline to apply is October 31st.
More than 1.1 million people in the United States currently brew their beer, according to the American Homebrewers Association. Research also shows that 40% of these people have started in the hobby in the past few years.
Calhoun Community College Workforce Solutions (CWS) and Fractal Brewing were excited to bring the course back after its inaugural year.
â€œHome brewing has become a very popular pastime, and with so many breweries in our area, individuals are now able to learn from the experts and possibly start their own brewery if they choose to continue to brew. learn more about this unique skill job, â€Doug Brazier said Calhoun Workforce Solutions Business Developer in a statement.
Course participants will gain hands-on experience with brewing equipment, proper cleaning, brewing processes, fermentation as well as packaging.
The class will be taught by Bradley “Robo” Robinson, a Huntsville native and brewing veteran. Robinson has been brewing for over 10 years and holds several certifications from the Cicerone Certification Program for German Beer.
Calhoun also offers an advanced course which gives participants the Apprentice Brewer Certificate upon completion, which gives the opportunity to be hired as an Assistant Brewer in most craft breweries.
If you would like to learn more or register for the course, visit the Calhoun website.
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