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Origins of Beer Flavors and Styles

Friday, March 16, 2018 - Saturday, March 17, 2018 (All Day Event)

Led by Oregon State’s renowned craft beer experts Tom Shellhammer, Ph.D., and Jeff Clawson, our popular beer tasting and sensory workshop highlights 30 distinct styles and more than 40 beers. Whether you work in the industry, brew your own or simply appreciate all things beer, Oregon State’s Origins of Beer Flavors and Styles weekend workshop is for you (and your team).

An international leader in brewing science and education, Oregon State University has been turning out craft beverage industry innovators for decades. Origins of Beer Flavors and Styles workshop is an experiential sensory course that will lead participants – by way of guided tastings and hands-on activities – through the brewing process from raw materials to finished beer, granting mastery over how the essential raw materials used in brewing process (malt, water, hops, and yeast) impact beer flavor and aroma.

Your guides for this weekend experience are the same experts who have helped educate and inspire many of the brewers leading the craft beer boom across North America and beyond. With our world-leading leadership and expertise in all things beer, you will gain a unique and complete perspective available only here.

Learn more about Origins of Beer Flavors and Styles 

$500 (+ $60 registration fee)
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PACE at oregonstate.edu
Professional and Continuing Education
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