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Finishing involves the control of beer maturation, the filtration of particulates such as yeast, equilibrium in carbonation, and the packaging, kegging or bottling of beer. Study the science, technology and management involved in finishing beer on a professional scale. Learn the specifications for the equipment necessary to produce high quality beer including chillers, filters, carbonators, centrifuges, aging and holding tanks.

  • NOTE  Enrollment is by application only. Please see http://extension.ucsd.edu/brewing for additional program information and the online application form.

  • COURSE NUMBER  BREW-40004
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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