Tequila Production

FDST 1091

Requests for course withdrawals, refunds, or transfers must be submitted by email to cwl@grayson.edu, 7 business days prior to the course start date.

$350.00

AVAILABLE

Overview

Introduction:

A study of the production of tequila including distillation of molasses and examples of aging of spirits.

Location & Times:

  • This is a hybrid course consisting of 25% Internet instruction and 75% classroom. Assignments and reading material will be posted on Grayson’s Internet teaching platform, Canvas, under the “Units/Lessons” tab.
  • Four, in-class sessions will be held on October 9th & 10th and October 16th & 17th at the Distilling Laboratory, Grayson College – West Extension. Class begins at 9AM and ends at 6PM. The in-class meetings will consist of hands-on activities and lectures/discussions. Attendance to these meetings is required. If you cannot attend please let the instructor know in advance.
  • 10/09/2021 - 12/09/2021

Tuition:

  • $350

Notes:

This class is offered through the Center for Workplace Learning as a mirrored course. Students may take the course for non-credit and if they so choose, may transfer the course to credit. A student may transfer up to 9 hours of mirrored course work to the credit side.