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Alex

New college-based certificate program in craft brewing

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Right here in GR, aka Beer City USA

 

...the college worked with regional brewers, such as Founders and Perrin, to design the program, which is expected to take students three semesters to complete.

 

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Or you could do it this side of the border

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This is the same college where eG members meet for the Chocolate and Confectionery Workshop every second year or so!

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Alex- Perhaps this will also alert folks to the fine dining to be had in our state? We can only hope.

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Alex- Perhaps this will also alert folks to the fine dining to be had in our state? We can only hope.

 

Amen to that. I haven't been to the Detroit area in quite some time, except to go to a Tigers game or two, but I've been to terrific places in Ann Arbor, Traverse City, and here in Grand Rapids.

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Oklahome State Univ over in Stillwater has had a craft beer section to their HRAD program and now they are bringing a part of it to OSU-Tulsa.  I'm thinking about signing up as a non-credit course just for personal knowledge.  

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