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Brewing Science II
 
Brewing Science II

Brewing Science II is the second in the three part Brewing Science Series. In this half-day lab, students explore more key concepts in the pursuit of brewed coffee perfection, and are introduced to scientific tools for evaluating brewed coffee. Brewing exercises with the Bonmac Pro Cone and the Extract Mojo coffee refractometer and application reinforce learned material. This lab is required for Counter Culture Coffee Steward Certification.

Who should take this class: Prospective Coffee Stewards, coffee shop owners and managers and other coffee professionals, those interested in coffee science.

Prerequisites: Brewing Science I.

Half-day lab: $125


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