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Brewing/Fermentation Major Spotlighted in Media Reports


Eyewitness News Cody Butler interviews brewmaster Timothy A. Yarrington ...
Eyewitness News Cody Butler interviews brewmaster Timothy A. Yarrington …
... and Michael J. Reed during his campus assignment.
… and Michael J. Reed during his campus assignment.

Penn College’s new brewing and fermentation science degree has attracted the interest of a number of media outlets. WBRE’s Cody Butler visited the lab in the Hager Lifelong Education Center on Monday, interviewing brewmaster Timothy L. Yarrington – instructor for the two-year major that begins this fall – and Michael J. Reed, dean of sciences, humanities and visual communications. Butler’s report, pre-empted by storm coverage earlier this week, aired Thursday night. Another story, joining several that have cropped up recently in regional newspapers, was published this week by WITF, which provides public television and radio programming for 17 counties in central Pennsylvania.

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