Module 6. – Utilities
The Master Brewer programme consist of six modules and forms a part of the master specialisation in ‘Brewing Science and Technology’ at Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen. Students from the industry can take each module individually by applying directly to the Scandinavian School of Brewing, who is managing the education at University of Copenhagen.
In order for the brewery to be running, there is a constant demand for the different utilities: heating, cooling, electricity, compressed air, CO2-recovery etc. This module will give a good insight into how these utilities are produces and supplied throughout the brewery. As brewery generate significant amounts of different waste materials and wastewater, the handling and possibilities of these will be covered. General process control throughout the entire plant, along with decisions behind planning and designing a new brewery is also part of the curriculum.
The teaching is conducted in English.
Who will benefit from this course?
Technical staff from the brewing and beverage industry or related supplier/service organisations.
What is required?
SSB require a B.Sc. or M.Sc. in food science, chemical engineering, pharmacy, chemistry, biology, biotechnology or similar qualification.
When, where and how much?
The venue is University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus. Please also refer to Calendar and Prices for time and price.