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Brew School Study Log for week ending September 25, 2016

Here is this week’s journal of my study activity for the Intensive Brewing and Engineering (Brewery in Planning) course at American Brewers Guild. This was week # 15 of the course. One of the instructors is the delightfully animated and entertaining Jamie Shrier of Harpoon brewery.

What I did this week:
1. Downloaded the study material and weekly quizzes.
2. Invested 25 hours studying.
3. Enjoyed a personal tour when visiting the great, new local brewery in Hartford - Hog River Brewing.
4. Jumped ahead and also made notes of lectures, of for the next few weeks to get ahead of the study mater
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Beer school update - 9/18/2016

Here is this week’s journal of my study activity for the Intensive Brewing and Engineering (Brewery in Planning) course at American Brewers Guild. This was week # 14 of the course and the topics were "Beer Maturation, Conditioning and Filtration". One of the instructors is Ian L. Ward - President of Brewers Supply group and truly amazing genius.

What I did this week:
1. Took a vacation week to get caught up on studies.
2. Downloaded the study material and weekly quizzes.
3. Invested 33 hours studying.
4. Packaged home brews, poured homebrews at a local charity event.
5. Received results of 9
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Brewing School - Study week ending Sept 11, 2016

Here is this week’s journal of my study activity for the Intensive Brewing and Engineering (Brewery in Planning) course at American Brewers Guild. This was week # 13 of the course and was a continuation of lectures on “Yeast”, presented by Dave Logsdon of Farmhouse Ales.

What I did this week:
1. Downloaded the study material and weekly quizzes.
2. Invested 5.5 hours studying. I was caught up in problems at my day job and various homebrew related tasks which consumed my study time.
3. Packaged home brews, poured homebrews at an event with friends and kept my working my day job to pay for my
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Brew School - Study week ending 9/4/2016

Here is this week’s journal of my study activity for the IBS&E course (Brewery in Planning) at American Brewers Guild. This was week # 12 of the course. This topic for this week, and next week, is "Yeast", presented by Dave Logsdon of Farmhouse Ales. This week I studied brewers yeast, bacteria and wild yeasts.

What I did this week:
1. Downloaded the study material and weekly quizzes.
2. Invested 27 hours studying as I catch up from getting behind on my studies for the past few weeks.
3. Conducted a tasting panel to get feedback on my "All Day Ale" recipe. I need a beer that is very approac
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Resource for Toastmasters and Professionals who present to peers - How to Give A Better Speech

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