Who should attend
- Owners and managers of restaurants, hotels and breweries
- Bartenders, servers, and other food and beverage professionals
- Brewers, including home brewers
- Beer enthusiasts
- Professionals looking to invest in a brewery
About the course
Today there are well over a hundred recognized styles of beer. While it may not be feasible to study each individual style, after completing this course, you will know the main groupings of beer and what differentiates them. An examination of beer styles includes an understanding of judging guidelines and knowledge of all beer making methods, including those outside of a traditional brewery. Most importantly, you will gain the ability to perform a proper sensory evaluation of beer, including documenting your findings.
- Follow a set of criteria to taste and evaluate beer
- Identify the guidelines used to classify beer
- Differentiate the characteristics of lager and ale beer styles
- Explore wild fermentation and barrel aging as additional beer making methods
Douglass Miller has over 30 years of industry experience in restaurants, hotels, resorts, and education. He has worked around the country including Las Vegas, San Francisco, New York City, Hawaii, Santa Barbara, CA, Philadelphia, and Washington DC. Four Seasons Resorts and Hotels, Wyndham Hotel, ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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