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Craft beer experts share their wisdom and skills with students at the Food Craft Institute.

Craft beer experts share their wisdom and skills with students at the Food Craft Institute.

Entrepreneurs looking to open a business can learn from the masters in this professional development course offered by Oakland’s Food Craft Institute (FCI). Develop the skills and knowledge to launch a craft beer business as you learn from top brewpub owners and micro-brewers about sourcing equipment and ingredients as well as managing finances and marketing. Visit area breweries and taprooms, practice hands-on skills, and learn first-hand from the owners and brewers about how they developed their unique products and businesses. Course participants join a growing network of students and alumni who share knowledge, resources, and contacts through FCI and the Eat Real Festival. Cost: $1,200 includes course, meals, and materials. Enrollment Deadline: October 10. Info and registration: here

The Business of Craft Beer
October 22–November 19 (various dates and times)
Food Craft Institute
65 Webster St, Oakland and other locations

Photo courtesy of Food Craft Institute
More on breweries from the pages of Edible East Bay:
21st Amendment’s San Leandro BreweryWest Berkeley’s Fieldwork Brewery.
And here’s our story about local entrepreneurs who launched successful businesses with help from FCI: here
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