Craft Beer Brewing

Craft beer brewing is on the rise. This course will help prepare students for entry-level work in craft breweries, and will involve hands-on training at various Wake County breweries. Explore fermentation, cellar operations, instruments, malting, hops, clarification, racking room operations, bottle shop operations, and more. You will also produce beer as a group with your classmates.

Additional Course Information: Students MUST be 21 years of age or older to take this course. 

Industry-recognized credential: NC Department of Commerce Pre Apprenticeship

Complete in: 12 months or less

Non-Credit
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Industry Recognized Credential


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