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Brewing: Seriously Sciency


Students like Eric Tuller begin their scientific experiments by preparing a hop tea.
Students like Eric Tuller begin their scientific experiments by preparing a hop tea.

From the Spring 2018 Penn College Magazine: Nationally recognized brewing expert Tim Yarrington teaches the modern science of an age-old craft in the college’s brewing and fermentation science major. Read “Brewing: Seriously Sciency.”

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