Course Description

The participants of this 5-day course – created and presented by Gerrit Blümelhuber of Doemens Academy – will learn the history as well as the processes of producing cider, with an in-depth look into raw materials and the treatment of, fermentation techniques, and the packaging of the end product.

 

Topics Include

  • Historical evolution of Cider
  • Raw materials (apples and pears)
  • Differing varieties and how to find them
  • How to plan an orchard and cultivate the fruit
  • Cleaning, crushing and pressing of the fruit
  • Treatment of the juice
  • Fermentation, Maturation and Lagering
  • Cider tastings from world-wide producers
  • Production process
  • Filtration and filling process
  • Visit to local cider producers
Entry

Level
5 days

On campus
duration
Chicago

Campus
35

Clock Hours

When does it start and how much does it cost?

Online

June Term 2019
Chicago Campus
June 24th to July 28th, 2019
Processing Fee: $250.00
Tuition (regular): $2,100.00
Total:$2,350.00
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