Title

Brewing a Legacy: Pacific Beer Student

Poster Number

16

Lead Author Major

Chemistry

Format

Poster Presentation

Faculty Mentor Name

George Randels

Faculty Mentor Department

Honors Program

Abstract/Artist Statement

The goal of this project was to come up with the steps necessary to create a beer that is representative of University of the Pacific and its students and faculty. Some of these steps include using focus groups comprising of individuals 21 years of age and older during the brainstorming and tasting process who are faculty members, current students, or alumni, as well as possibly partnering with a local microbrewery in order to produce the final product. Input on the creation of said beer would take place under the supervision of one or more individuals who are both knowledgeable in techniques of beer-making (brewing) as well as the scientific processes involved in alcoholic fermentation. The project is of importance to me because I plan to use my degree in chemistry in the field of brewing after I graduate from University of the Pacific in May of 2014.

Location

DeRosa University Center, Ballroom

Start Date

26-4-2014 2:00 PM

End Date

26-4-2014 4:00 PM

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Brewing a Legacy: Pacific Beer Student

DeRosa University Center, Ballroom

The goal of this project was to come up with the steps necessary to create a beer that is representative of University of the Pacific and its students and faculty. Some of these steps include using focus groups comprising of individuals 21 years of age and older during the brainstorming and tasting process who are faculty members, current students, or alumni, as well as possibly partnering with a local microbrewery in order to produce the final product. Input on the creation of said beer would take place under the supervision of one or more individuals who are both knowledgeable in techniques of beer-making (brewing) as well as the scientific processes involved in alcoholic fermentation. The project is of importance to me because I plan to use my degree in chemistry in the field of brewing after I graduate from University of the Pacific in May of 2014.