Ready to stand out in the industry?

Amplify your future in the craft beverage industry with an AAS or BAS degree.

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Science, business, and creativity combine at the Craft Brewing & Distilling Center in Olympia, WA.

Degree Programs

  • Craft Brewing & Distilling - AAS

    Ready to enter the craft beverage industry? This 2-year Associate in Applied Science (AAS) program focuses on the science and production of craft beer, spirits, and cider.
  • Craft Beverage Management & Quality Assurance - BAS

    Already have a degree in science or business? This 2-year Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program boosts your career in craft business management and quality assurance.

Join an Online Information Session

Join us Aug. 29 at 4 p.m. Pacific Time (7 p.m. Eastern) to learn more from program faculty and admissions staff.

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  • What's the Cost?

    WA State students in the AAS program pay about $4,500 in tuition per year ($5,000 out-of-state), while BAS program students pay about $7,200 in tuition per year ($7,600 out-of-state). Fees, supplies, and travel are not included.
  • Where are Classes?

    Both programs include online coursework plus 3 weekends per quarter at the Craft Brewing & Distilling Center in beautiful Olympia, WA.
  • What is the Craft Brewing & Distilling Center?

    Programs are based out of our brand-new facility, unlike anything in the country. From labs and classrooms to the production floor and an operating commercial facility, your time onsite is a fully immersive experience.

You Belong Here

Our students come from Kentucky, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Texas, the Pacific Northwest, and far beyond, like Luke Jean, 2020 grad & current instructor.

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