Beer Recipe Development Course
Guided by the IBD and the Creators of Some of the World’s Most Iconic Beers.
Master commercial beer recipe development. The Beer Recipe Development course provides the knowledge for recipe development at a commercial scale, along with insights and expert advice from brewers who have developed some of the world’s most iconic beer brands.
It is aimed primarily at experienced commercial brewers and should also benefit serious home brewers. The learning text and videos created by the IBD are based on established science and best practice, while brewers' opinions are based on decades of personal experience. The course delivers key facts and enables brewers to develop a critical approach to the advice received, online research or books on brewing.
The course features text, videos, animations, quizzes, and games that allow you to check your understanding of each section and extend your learning. There is also a downloadable PDF containing technical information, important recipe calculations, and equations.
Your learning is assessed as you go through the course and when finished, you will receive a Certificate of Completion as a record of continuing professional development.
Learning Time: Approximately 5 hours
90 days full access to unique interactive content from date of enrolment
Price: Just £99
The Brewers Who Have Contributed with Their Knowledge and Expertise are:
- Jean-Marie Rock – Former Brewmaster, Brasserie Orval
- James Conery – Manager of Innovation Sierra Nevada Brewing
- Georgina Young – Brewing Director, St Austell Brewing Group
- Charles Nouwen – Beer and Brewing Consultant and former Global Head of Beer Passion, Ab InBev
- Professor Charles Bamforth - Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of California
- John Keeling – Former Brewing Director, Fuller’s Brewery
What Previous Candidates are Saying?
Having completed the GCB and having been so impressed with the materials and support involved in that course, the opportunity to expand my knowledge with another IBD course was very welcome. I am a new brewer working in a small cask brewery where there is no central figure from whom to take a lead from. These courses are invaluable for brewers looking towards their professional development without the support of a brewery. As such they represent excellent value for money and I feel my brewing has benefitted enormously from my participation.
With the Course You Will:
Master the concept of beer recipe
Understand the recipe development process
Discover the origins of beer styles and learn why they are not the law
Learn how to calculate the malt required to achieve a target gravity, ABV and colour
Calculate the hops required to achieve a target bitterness level
Discover the effect of water on beer quality
Calculate residual alkalinity and the salts required to achieve a target ionic profile
Learn the effect of brewhouse, fermentation and maturation parameters on quality
Understand the effects of speciality yeast and bacteria
Discover the effect of finishing on beer quality
- Learn at your own pace, when and where it is most convenient for you
- Have access to the course material for 90 days from the date of enrolment
- Learn with a rich blend of engaging text, illustrations and videos
- Get tips from the industry’s most experienced and accomplished brewers
- Download PDF with recipe calculations and information
- Check your understanding at the end of each lesson
- Receive a Certificate of Completion from the most recognised brewing learning provider in the world
Who is This Course For?
Commercial brewers wanting to improve their recipe development knowledge
Serious home brewers who want to learn from the pros
Why Choose the IBD?
The IBD provides the most widely recognised professional beverage qualifications in the world. The IBD has existed since 1886 and has built up a reputation for trust in the industry due to the quality of its learning material, support for learners and rigor of its exams.
Since we began professional qualifications in the 1950s, we have qualified over 100,000 brewers and distillers across the globe.