I live in north Jersey, North Bergen area.
the 2nd link didn't work, but the first one was good. I didn't realize they were mostly free, and for, and actually encourage inexperienced brewers. I think this will be my best bet. Thanks.
Originally Posted by remilard
As mentioned homebrew clubs will offer opportunities like this.
Also consider taking a BJCP exam in your area (note: they tend to fill up fast). Nearly every exam will have a class associated with it.
I will have to see if there are any classes, but I'm too sure about the test. I think I would just embarrass myself, and I'm not sure I would really learn anything. except from studying. If they have a review course though, I would take it, assuming it's not a lot of keesh
Originally Posted by Airborneguy
MBA program at Cloverleaf Tavern in Caldwell.
That's pretty cool. It's about a 1/2 hr drive from me. It would definitley learn what each type of beer tastes like. But I was wondering, have you actually taken part in it? If each beer has a detailed description, then it would really help a lot more.
Thanks for the suggestions. I spent a few hours looking up some classes but came up short.