Saturday, March 30, 2019 only (for-credit students will complete the rest of the course online)
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This course provides an overview of the history of beer, brewing process, styles, beer tasting, beer and food pairing, and the industry behind the business of beer. The knowledge gained from HTM 3101 Intro to Beer and Malted Beverages is intended to offer enrollees a baseline understanding of malted beverages from an inside perspective. Your instructor will lecture from knowledge gained within the craft beer industry as a eight year plus veteran. (Must be 21.)
- Objectively communicate the basic history of beer including defining a craft brewer
- Explain the general process behind brewing beer including an understanding of four basic ingredients
- Identify various beer styles and the two main classifications of beer, Ale and Lager
- Analyze beer and food pairing
- Offer a firm understanding behind the three-tier distribution system
- Demonstrate how to properly serve beer
Wes Alexander, director of sales for Tulsa’s Marshall Brewing Co., will lead this course.
- Enrolled OSU students earn one hour of OSU credit.
- Must be age 21 and older.
How to enroll for current OSU students:
- After you meet with your academic advisor, you can enroll online at http://my.okstate.edu using CRN 31107.
How to enroll for members of the public seeking the noncredit option: