The Brewing Process In Detail: Hot Side Operations

The Brewing Process In Detail: Hot Side Operations

This 5th course begins a detailed look at the professional brewing process from a technical and scientific perspective. We will start with milling the grain, mashing, and following the wort through lautering, boiling, and finally whirlpooling while investigating why details in each step will affect your final product outcome.

  • Milling- mill options, set up, and grist size considerations
  • Mashing science – the heart of the brewing process
  • Lautering and sparging- process and techniques
  • Boiling and whirlpooling the wort: science and considerations
  • Supplemental reading, videos, and discussions.

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Instructor Bios


The Brewing Process In Detail: Hot Side Operations

  • Cheryl Parker

    Cheryl Parker

    Cheryl Parker is the manager for the UNH Brewery and instructor for undergraduate and certificate courses in brewing. After her degree from UNH she worked as a technician and laboratory manager for remote research stations around the world before getting trained in brewing at the Siebel Institute of Technology in Chicago. She has previously worked as a brewer for Throwback Brewery in North Hampton, NH and interned at Lake Effect Brewery in Chicago. She brings a unique mix of science, management, brewing, and technical skills to the UNH Brewing program.  

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