Do you want to know what the 3 most common mistakes most brewers make?
Avoiding these mistakes will get you well on your way to making great home brewed beer.
See how it feels to make great beer at home that your fiends and family will enjoy and comment on your skills.
Learn the basics to making all grain beer and see how your understanding improves in this all-round 1 day brewing course. This course is a prelude to the popular and enlightening 4 day Masterbrew course.
By doing this course you will improve your knowledge in 4 ways;
The 8 steps to brewing will be revealed;
You will learn;
Fast Track your progress and see your brewing taken to another level in a short time
By doing this 1 day course it will give you a basic start to all-grain brewing but if you can't wait to get it all from a Masterbrewer then immediately follow up with the 4 day Masterbrew course and expand your learning and blow your mind with an incredible amount of knowledge and practise.
This is suitable for those wanting to take their homebrewing seriously and shorten their learning curve by at least 12 months. It is also suitable for those wanting to enter the microbrewing scene, those serving beer at a bar and retail staff who want to walk the talk.
Remember, it took the facilitator many decades to get you this knowledge and you will have it all in condensed form in the 4 day course.
And for having enrolled in the 1 day course you can book the 4 day Masterbrew course at a special price. Just ask me for details.
You can check it out here now.
Dear Vince, I was disappointed with the content of the 1 day workshop, it seemed to me that you have integrated both home and micro brewery content which I believe did not deliver (given the cost) enough focus on the home brewing side. If I could offer advice I would suggest that you consider offering a dedicated 1 day workshop to home brewing and maintain the micro brewery as a separate workshop focus. I would also suggest that you could tighten your content (remove peripheral information) as I believe the workshop is unnecessarily long I hope you find this feedback construction Cheers Malcolm