Check out Monster's profile of Brewmasters: http://jobprofiles.monster.com/Content/job_content/JC_PersonalCareandService/JSC_FoodPreparers/copy_of_JOB_Brewmaster/jobzilla_html?jobprofiles=1
Here's an excerpt from Monster's profile:
"Although there is no universal requirement for brewers, the certificate from the Institute and Guild of Brewing (IGB) is internationally recognized. Although the IGB is based in London, you can prepare for the test in the US at the Siebel Institute of Technology in Chicago and take the test in America. The Siebel Institute, which has been operating since 1872, graduates 50 to 60 brewers per year.
The University of California at Davis is also known for its courses in the science of brewing, and its students are often recruited by Anheuser-Busch. Classes are also offered by the Master Brewers Association at the University of Wisconsin and at the Institute for Brewing Studies in Boulder, Colorado. The American Brewers Guild offers training online."
Also, check out some of the major brewery company websites. I went to Anheuser-Bush's site and found that they hire a really wide variety of positions, from accounting to warehouse to zoological! Here's the link to A-B's job search site: http://www.buschjobs.com/scripts/JobSearch.aspx
Hope this information helps!
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