Barley and Malt Quality: A Field to Brewhouse Perspective
October 3 - October 6$700
Join Northern Crops Institute (NCI) for an in-person course on Barley and Malt Quality: A Field to Brewhouse Perspective. This course will provide information to participants who are looking for hands-on experience in techniques used in barley breeding, utilizing barley and malt quality testing equipment, and grain marketing.
Participants of this course will learn from a group of internationally recognized experts, who will give an overview of the factors impacting barley and malt quality from field to brewhouse. Lectures, discussion sessions, participatory laboratory demonstrations, and tours will provide participants with the knowledge to understand malt processing and to effectively interpret barley and malt analyses.
Major Topics Include:
- Growth and Development of Barley
Technology of Malting
- Food Safety Consideration for Maltsters
- Malt Engineering Concepts
- The Chemistry of Malt Flavor and Color
- Barley Malt Economics
- And more!
Who Should Attend:
Barley and malt quality will be beneficial to barley growers, malt processors, and craft brewers. This course will be especially intriguing to those interested in enhancing their malt and brewing knowledge. This course is for those that have interest in learning and gaining great hands on experience when it comes to barely and malt quality. Taking live tours and viewing demonstrations will help to amplify any participants knowledge.
How to Register:
This course will be offered in-person only. We encourage you to enroll early through our website. For your course fee, you will receive access to course materials, transportation during the course, and some meals. Other meals are on your own. Travel expenses and hotel are also the responsibility of the participants. Course enrollment is limited to 25 individuals, so register early!
Final Registration Deadline: September 19, 2022