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Home | Training | United Kingdom | Campden BRI (Nutfield)

Campden BRI (Nutfield)

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Brewing research remains headquartered at BRI's facilities in Surrey.


Campden BRICentenary Hall
Coopers Hill Road
Nutfield
Surrey RH1 4HY
T: +44 (0)1386 842104

E: training@campdenbri.co.uk
W: www.campdenbri.co.uk/training.php


Director of Brewing :
Dr Caroline Walker
Programmes offered:

• Brewery Microbiology - Introduction and Advanced
• Beer Labelling Requirements

Intermediate HACCP for Brewers

Yeast Management and Brewery Hygiene
• Beer Appreciation
• Beer Flavour Training
• Beer is Best - Knowing your Brand!

• Beer Styles and Food Matching
• Beer Taint Workshop

• Own Brand Beer and Food Pairing
• Practical Brewing Sensory Managers Course

• Sensory Evaluation for Brewers - an introduction
• Sensory Panel Training

• Brewing - an introduction

• Malting and Specialty malts - an introduction


Courses for Microbrewers:

 

• Brewhouse Efficiency and Beer Recipe Formulation Workshop

• HACCP for Craft Brewers

• Recognising Flavours and Off Flavours

• Facing the Auditors/Compliance

• Improving your Brewing

• Recognising Flavours and Off-Flavours

 

Wines and Spirits Courses:

 

• Branching Out, New Product Development (NPD)

• Intermediate HACCP for Winemakers

• Product Recall, including aspects of wine quality
• Wine Analysis and Tutored Faults Tasting

• Wine Analysis and Tutored Faults Tasting - Advanced

 

Registration deadlines: Please visit website for details
Commencement: Please visit website for details

Number of students:
Dependent upon nature of the course, from 6 to 50
Where are students from: International brewing, malting, wine and related industries
Language of instruction: English
Facilities: Pilot maltings, roaster and brewery. Laboratories and tasting suite. 70 seat lecture theatre

Details updated: 17th July 2014