Some Highlights from the UNH brewing program:
First Brew Day for SAFS 515!
Yeast Counts and Viability
Trip to Stoneface abd Thorwback Breweries
Aside from learning the entire brewing process from growing ingredients to packaging the final product, SAFS-415 "Into to Brewing Art and Science" was fortunate to have heard from many local leaders in the brewing industry including Tod Mott, Pete Beauregard, Andrea Stanley, and Ian Goring.
Pete, Owner of Stoneface Brewery, talking about how he developed his company identity and logo.
Tod Mott, Owner and Head Brewer of Tributary Brewery, told us about his long history in brewing, including developing the Harpoon IPA and Kate the Great beers.
Andrea Stanley, Owner and Maltser of Valley Malt told us her reasoning behind starting one of the first small malthouses in the country since Prohibition as well as the challenges she faced.
Sensory session where we learned about water sensory as well as high gravity brewing.
UNH also hosted the New Hampshire Craft Brewers Conference this fall. 8 of the intro students volunteered for the event and were able to hear from experts in the brewing industry including Mitch Steele.
Here are some highlights of the event, including a few shots of brewing students helping out:
The UNH Brewing Science Laboratory is up and running. Check here often for updates about courses currently offered, FAQ's, events, and news related to the UNH brewing program. For information on how to minor in brewing and the couses offered click HERE.