Brilliant Beer Company
General Certificate Training Autumn 2019
The Brilliant Beer Company is offering a weeks GCB training follows the Syllabus of Institute of Brewing & Distilling General Certificate Course and is based principally around PowerPoint slides (handouts provided through Dropbox) and includes videos, multi-choice questions, site visit and discussions.
There is a web site www.brilliantbeer-college.com which can be made available to any student doing the GCB and provides a learning resource to continue training & revision in preparation of the exams.
Who should attend – this course is ideal for practical Brewers, Quality Control Staff and anyone wanting to take a professional Brewing Exam (note the course does not include registration and the cost of the exam which must be completed in August directly with the Institute of Brewing and Distilling www.ibd.org.uk. EXAM DATE 13th November)
(Provisional) Outline of the Course based on 20 sections of the GCB Syllabus
The venue will be in the Bristol Area to be advised subject to demand. The course is limited to 12 people and will be on a strict first come first served basis and will not run with less than 8 delegates. To book a place please e-mail email@example.com or register online at www.brilliantbeer-college.com/GCBautumn
The cost per delegate is £650 per delegate
Brilliant Beer Company
Flavour Training Autumn 2019
This is an advanced tasting programme designed to give delegates a thorough appreciation of the key flavours in beers, their common origin and how they may be controlled.
practical Brewers anyone involved in quality control, Sales and Marketing staff with responsibility for tasting beer and people who take art as Beer Judges in beer competitions.
The venue will be in the Bristol Area to be advised subject to demand. The course is limited to 16 people and will be on a strict first come first served basis and will not run with less than 8 delegates.
The course will run from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm over three days. Time table:
What is covered – The course discovers 30 spiked flavour samples commonly found in beer which may be considered positive or negative or off flavours and where possible some flavours will be demonstrated in beer samples expressing similar flavour note.
During the course, the origins and ways of controlling the flavours will be discussed.
Who should attend – this course is ideal for