Article via King5
For many students, alcohol is unofficially part of the college experience.
Next year students at South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia will be able to get degrees in brewing, distilling, and cider-making.
It’s believed to be the first degree of its kind in the nation, according to Noel Rubadue, dean for Corporate and Continuing Education.
Article via The Olympian
By Rolf Boone
The Tumwater Craft Brewing and Distilling Center, a project planned near Capitol Boulevard, has its first three tenants: Sandstone Distillery of Tenino, Heritage Distilling of Gig Harbor and South Puget Sound Communitly College, which plans to lease space for its new craft brewing and distilling program.