Beverage Production & Management

Description

The Beverage Production and Management program teaches hospitality law, guest services, food pairing, menu management, brewing equipment and maintenance, beer production, and more. Earn an Associate of Applied Science or certificate and pursue work as a Beverage Manager, Brewer, and more.

Degrees & Certificates

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Beverage Management Certificate of Completion will prepare you to work in the bar and beverage industry. You will study safety, sanitation, supervisory skills, human relations, purchasing, cost controls, hospitality law, guest services, food pairing and menu management, and other general coursework.


Beverage Production & Management (AAS), Brewing Concentration will prepare you for a career as a beverage manager in the beverage and brewing industry. In addition to brewing technology, you will learn the underlying science behind beer production and be introduced to purchasing, cost controls, marketing, and business/hospitality law.

The associate degree is a four-term program. You will study brewing equipment and technology, draught beer technology, beer recipe formulation, brewing and cellaring skills, safety, sanitation, chemistry, biology and microbiology, supervisory skills, human relations, guest services, food pairing and menu management, and other general coursework. Classes include classroom and lab time.


Brewing Technology Certificate of Achievement provides you with the knowledge and skills to enter into the brewing industry in entry-level positions. These courses include brewing equipment and maintenance, beer production and styles, and food safety principles.

You will learn the basics of beer production and recipe formulation and will apply your knowledge of beer production in hands-on laboratory-style classes located both on-campus and in commercial-scale breweries. This Certificate emphasizes the knowledge of equipment, technology, and skills required of entry-level employees in commercial-scale breweries.


Distilled Spirits Technology, Certificate of Completion

Related Information

For more information, contact the School of Business, Hospitality & Technology Advisor at (505) 224-3811.