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CRAFT BREWING AND DISTILLING

CBD101

Covers legal topics related to operating a craft beverage facility, including state, federal, and local regulations; facility legal compliance; labeling and reporting. Prerequisite: Admission to the Craft Brewing and Distilling Program.

8 Seats
CBD101.OL Details
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Legal Issues in Craft Beverage Industry

CBD101.OL 5 WEB Jean, Luke & Cook, Matthew
There are additional Class Fees: $50.00 CRAFT BREWING & DISTILLING ($50.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
These classes have planned times for attendance, which are indicated in the schedule. Depending on COVID-19 circumstances, real-time instruction will be either on online or on campus. The instructor will inform students of the arrangements prior to the start of the quarter.
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:00 pm

CBD111

Explores the historical and current uses of fruit and honey in beverage production including sourcing, industry standards, and biological components of these ingredients. Prerequisite: None.

11 Seats
CBD111.OL Details
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Raw Materials and Processing II - Fruit & Honey

CBD111.OL 5 WEB ARRANGED Byers, Andrew
There are additional Class Fees: $50.00 CRAFT BREWING & DISTILLING ($50.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This class meets largely online with one or two in-person meetings on pre-scheduled dates (see note)
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
Please contact the Veterans Office for more info.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:00 pm

CBD112

Familiarizes students with the agricultural supply chain and processing for hops-based craft beverages. Includes business decisions regarding equipment, handling, refrigeration, and storage. Prerequisite: None.

10 Seats
CBD112.OL Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Raw Materials and Processing III - Hops & Spices

CBD112.OL 5 WEB ARRANGED Jean, Luke
There are additional Class Fees: $50.00 CRAFT BREWING & DISTILLING ($50.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This class meets largely online with one or two in-person meetings on pre-scheduled dates (see note)
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
Please contact the Veterans Office for more info.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:00 pm

CBD113

Covers the biological processes of fermentation with particular focus on skills used in the beverage industry. Students will gain familiarity with microscopes and media as tools to propagate yeast and identify contaminations. Prerequisite: "C" or better in CBD 205.

11 Seats
CBD113.OL Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Fermentation Microbiology

CBD113.OL 5 WEB ARRANGED Gustafson, Chelsea & Addeo, Frank
+ ARR MTWTh
There are additional Class Fees: $50.00 CRAFT BREWING & DISTILLING ($50.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This class meets largely online with one or two in-person meetings on pre-scheduled dates (see note)
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:00 pm
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