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Massey University holds two day short courses in brewing at the Manawatu (Palmerston North) campus in both April and November.
The course is be run by staff from the School of Food and Nutrition at Massey University. The course offers a comprehensive introduction to Brewing and detail regarding malts, hops, yeast and the process of making good beers.
The course is designed for:
The short course consists of:
Participants will use the 200L Microbrewery at Massey University. The brewery comprises a brew house plus an area of 10 independently temperature-controlled unitanks.
The registration fee for the two-day course includes lunches, dinners, morning and afternoon teas, and lecture material. Also included is the cost for brewing two beers you have designed, at the 50L and the 200L scale.
The course will be restricted to the first 20 students to enrol and pay their fees. Massey University reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a course because of insufficient numbers, or other unforseen circumstances.
Page authorised by Head of School, School of Food and Nutrition
Last updated on Wednesday 29 March 2017
For registration or general enquiries please contact:
Massey Institute of Food Science and Technology
School of Food and Nutrition
Massey University PN452
Private Bag 11 222
Palmerston North 4442
DDI: 64 6 951 6007
Ph: 64 6 356 9099 ext 83007
Fax: 64 6 355 7945
DDI: 64 6 951 6018
Ph: 64 6 356 9099 ext 83018
For those wanting more from a course, we are affiliated to the Federation University in Ballarat, Australia.
Dr Peter Aldred teaches advanced courses in the brewing of beer.