Craft Beer 201: Home Brew Challenge
Second course in the Brew U series
Following up our popular Craft Beer 101 class, this next Brew U series will let you get "hands-on" with the craft brewing process
and compete with other teams to develop the best Brew U beer! The series begins with
a full brewing demonstration at Full Circle, followed by a refresher on ingredients
and processes. Under the guidance and supervision of Full Circle Brewing's staff,
your team will develop a custom recipe and brew your own beer using home brewing equipment.
(Bring your own team, or we'll set you up with one in class.) At the culmination of
the course, each team's brew will be evaluated by a BJCP (Beer Judge Certification
Program) judge to determine the best recipe, which will then be produced by Full Circle
Brewing. There is a $20 materials fee for recipe ingredients which is payable at the
first class meeting. Class meets at Fresno State's Downtown Center and Full Circle
Dates, Times and Locations: Postponed until later this spring, check back for details
Fee: $350. Class No. 36916.
Instructors: Adrian Barrera, Arthur Moye, and Diego Arambula
Adrian Barrera is head brewer at Full Circle Brewing Company. Adrian has more than 10 years of experience in the brewing industry, holding head brewer and director of brewery operations titles. He has worked for major breweries across the state and country, and has significant experience in taking entry level breweries to full scale production breweries.
Arthur Moye is a CPA, entrepreneur and managing investor of Full Circle Brewing Company. Arthur has been consulting for small and medium size businesses for many years, first in the Bay Area and more recently throughout the Central Valley. He is passionate about downtown Fresno and has assembled a group of like-minded investors who are the main driving force behind the revitalization of Fresno's longest running brewery.
Diego Arambula is a CA credentialed teacher with more than a decade of experience in the Bay Area. With training from Stanford University's Teacher Education Program (STEP), Diego has experience designing courses and units of instruction. He has worked with Mike and Arthur to develop the curriculum and will help co-teach most of the weekly classes.