Quality Testing & Service Laboratories
The Fermentation Science and Technology program has multiple third-party testing capabilities from malt quality testing to microbiological and analytical analysis of fermented food and beverage samples. The two labs that execute these testing services are the Malt Quality Testing Laboratory and the Custom Service Laboratory.
The Malt Quality Testing Laboratory – Learn more about what the Malt Quality Testing Laboratory has to offer.
The Customer Service Laboratory – Learn more about what the Custom Service Laboratory has to offer.
The FST Laboratory facilitates research collaborations between the fermentation industry, FST students, and our program leadership. Learn more about FST research opportunities.
Scientific Suds Newsletter
Scientific Suds is a monthly e-newsletter the FST program produces. It provides additional educational tidbits relating to the fermentation industry, while keeping readers up to date on current happenings at CSU, the FST program, and along the Front Range. Email Katie Fromuth if you want to receive the monthly e-newsletter. Access newsletters.
Professional Organization Involvement
The FST program collaborates with the American Society of Brewing Chemists, Master Brewers Association of the America, the Brewers Association, and the Colorado Brewers Guild to create opportunities for students as well as industry members. Check out these training videos where our lab teamed up with the ASBC and BA to create ASBC Methods of Analysis as an example of our professional organization involvement.
Meet the Advisory Board
Our advisory board consists of a group of professionals throughout the fermentation industry who meet twice a year to provide feedback to the leaders of the Fermentation Science and Technology program. This group of individuals are essential to creating a world class fermentation science program. Discover who’s on our board.
Post Internships and Job Openings
Want to get the word out about a new job or internship position at your company? Register and post opportunities to the FSHN job board where current students and alumni of the Fermentation Science & Technology and Hospitality Management programs can search.
Liquid Arts Research Forum
The Fermentation Science and Technology program works closely with industry through many avenues. We enjoy our industry support and feedback to ensure our curriculum and student’s experiential learning opportunities are relevant and impactful. If you are interested in getting more involved please contact Jeffrey Callaway, the FST associate director, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.