The Advanced Brewing Theory Program (ABT) gives students a complete understanding of the technical issues in professional brewing, whether craft or industrial. With content designed around the syllabus of the Institute of Brewing and Distilling (IBD), UK, our course materials address critical topics in brewing technology, giving students the knowledge they need to improve their products, processes, and profits.
The Advanced Brewing Theory (ABT) Program consists of three modules. Students may take any of these modules as a separate unit, electing to complete the program at a later date.
Throughout the duration of this intensive program, students are supervised by the instructional staff of the World Brewing Academy, drawing on the talents of some of the most knowledgeable scientists, technologists, and brewmasters in the world. Student progress is actively monitored throughout the program, and students can access instructors via email and chat sessions throughout the duration of the module.
Modules Included in This Program
- 1WT5: Raw Materials and Wort Production (Online)
- 2WT6: Beer Production and Quality Control (Online)
- 3WT7: Packaging and Process Technology (Online)
All students applying for an advanced program, module or course must be of legal drinking age.
This advanced program or module requires students to have a specific knowledge of brewing theory and/or related sciences in order to be successful in the assessment process by having either successfully completed one of the following, with exception of Modules 5 and 7 (see exceptions info below).
(a) Successfully passing the Concise Course in Brewing Technology (campus or online), or
(b) Successfully passing the online assessment
Exceptions: To qualify for Module 5, one must have successfully completed all Modules 1-3. To qualify for Module 7, one must have successfully passed Modules 1-6
Upon completion of this program, students will be awarded the Advanced Brewing Theory certificate.
No special software is required to run our course content as it runs under standard web browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari). Our courses run on PC and Mac formats. If you are using a computer issued by your company, you may need to have security settings adjusted to allow access to the courseware.
Tablets and phones such as the iPad, iPhone, and equivalent devices are currently not supported due to their incompatibility with the Adobe Flash Plugin required to access/interact with major components of the courses.
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