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Brewing Science III
 
Brewing Science III

In the culmination of the Brewing Science series, students apply key concepts in a quality-focused brewing workshop, using brew methods including steeping, manual drip, Aeropress, and vacuum filtration. This half-day lab is largely hands-on and allows ample time for brewing experimentation, tasting, and coffee refractometer assessment. Brewing Science III 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 & II.

Half-day lab: $125


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