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American Brewers Guild

Craft brewing education for professional brewers with courses ranging from two days to 11 weeks. Correspondence courses also available.

Doemens Akademie

Training and service institute for the brewing and beverage industries.

Education, training, and research in brewing and related studies.

Research and Teaching Institute for Brewing (VLB)

Research, training, and consulting for the brewing, malting, and beverage industries.

Siebel Institute of Technology

Brewing technology training, laboratory analysis, quality control, and consulting services.

The Beer Academy

The Beer Academy is a not-for-profit organisation aimed at helping anyone interested in beer to develop their knowledge. We hope that our courses will include a vibrant mix of beer lovers, journalists, pub and off licence staff, brewery personnel, wholesa

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