This course represents almost two decades of research and is a valuable collection of hard-learned lessons
Round Rock, Texas (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
The Rum University’s newest hands-on course, “The Art of Rum Making” will be offered worldwide starting January 2013. The multi-day course is designed to help industry neophytes gain a better understanding of the theory and techniques involved in producing rum commercially. The 11 knowledge-filled lessons take the student through the following topics:
Lesson 1 - Introduction to Fermentation
Lesson 2 - Yeast Selection, Storage and Propagation
Lesson 3 - Preventing and Resolving Fermentation Problems
Lesson 4 - Introduction to Distillation
Lesson 5 - Distilling with the Goal in Mind
Lesson 6 - Distillates Primer: Heads, Tails and Everything in Between
Lesson 7 - Introduction to Aging
Lesson 8 - Achieving Consistency
Lesson 9 - Rum Lab: Using the Tools of the Trade
Lesson 10 - Selling Rum in the USA
Lesson 11 - Selling Rum Outside the USA
The suggested prerequisites for this course, also available through The Rum University, are:
The Classifications of Rum (8 Lessons)
The History and Science of the Barrel (12 Lessons)
Rum Appreciation in the 21st Century (12 Lessons)
“This course represents almost two decades of research and is a valuable collection of hard-learned lessons” says Luis Ayala, University Founder and head of Curriculum Development. He adds “anyone currently distilling or who is planning to distill rum should really consider attending.” Luis Ayala has worked with rum distilleries around the world, from small artisan companies to large-scale, multinational enterprises. The classes will be conducted in North America, South America and in selected European countries. Space will be very limited, so interested parties are encouraged to contact The Rum University immediately to reserve space.
“The Art of Rum Making” is yet another reason why The Rum University is globally-recognized as the premiere source of quality rum training.
The Rum University has been a sponsor of international rum conferences in the Americas and in Europe. In-person classes are scheduled to be held in 2013 in South America and in Spain. For up-to-date information, please visit the university’s official website.
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