TAFE SA - MASH BREWING

 

Students will utilise the 75 litre “brew sculpture” and esky mash system to make four beer styles and take home a share! Extensive theory and notes are provided, and the scientific depth is tailored to suit the lay person, whilst covering grains, enzymes, recipes and equipment.

 

Who Should Do It?

The course is designed for those interested in the process of mashing beer, including home brewers or the beer enthusiasts.

 

Content

Session 1:

Introduction; History of beer; Grains and malting; Hops; Other Adjuncts; Brewing principles; Yeast (fermentation); Sanitation; Full mashing technique.

Session 2:

Full mashing technique brewing; Laboratory practise.

Session 3:

Sensory evaluation of beer theory; Sensory anaysis; Monitor fermentation.

Session 4:

Practical session 2; Full mashing technique brewing; Laboratory practise.

Session 5:

Quality control and testing; Sensory analysis 2.

Session 6:

Bottling.

 

Students will utilise the 75 litre “brew sculpture” and esky mash system to make four beer styles and take home a share! Extensive theory and notes are provided, and the scientific depth is tailored to suit the lay person, whilst covering grains, enzymes, recipes and equipment.

 

Location: Regency Park, SA

 
Fee: $590 including GST
 
Start Date: Tuesday 4 Oct 2016 - Wednesday 26 Oct 2016
 

Class Times: 3 weeks x 10 hours

Tuesdays 6:00-9:00pm

Wednesdays 9:00am-4:00pm

 

Additional Fees

No additional fees applied. The price includes all ingredients, bottles and notes. Brewing on the premises tax is included.


Assessment Methods

Students will receive a Certificate of Completion.


Application Process

For further information or enrolment, please contact:

Shayne Robinson

Tel: 8348 4498

Email: shayne.robinson@tafesa.edu.au

 

Further Information

TAFE SA - Mash Brewing