Craft Brewing - MINOR
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The College of Culinary Arts offers the Craft Brewing minor, an intensive, concise program designed to give students pursuing any degree the knowledge and skills to successfully enter the craft brewing industry. Students learn advanced brewing theory and the technical skills needed to develop and implement new recipes. Students also demonstrate advanced sensory and laboratory analysis, process management, sterile packaging, regulatory compliance, and retail and wholesale sales.
|CUL4416||British Practical Brewing||9|
|or CUL4417||Applied American Craft Brewing|
|CUL4460||Advanced Brewing Theory and Analysis||4.5|
|FSM4070||The Business of Alcohol Distribution, Retail and Sales||4.5|
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