A sound education pays off for three years, 21 young people from across North Rhine-Westphalia on this day have worked out. After the passing trade, they now are brewers and Maltsters. In-house Kakani brewing tradition in Cologne-Mulheim, this event was celebrated with the former apprentices, friends, parents, trainers, and teachers now real. The brewery Association NRW there attractive cash prizes for the best in the test. During the testimony pass, three new brewers and Maltsters were awarded for their excellent examination results.
For this reason, Jurgen Witt, Managing Director of the brewery Association NRW, reductions in the luggage had. Max Panglisch was awarded 92 points Konigshof in Krefeld from the brewery’s best vintage. He may enjoy over 300 euros. Johannes Fecke also received a cheque from the brewery Rolinck in Steinfurt and Kai Krumholz, the Brauerei Schumacher in Dusseldorf. We educate young people about its own needs,”, says Dieter Maiwald, Brewmaster and Manager in the House of Kakani brewing tradition. Who has successfully completed the training to the Brewers and Maltsters in us, needs to make his professional future worry. So far we have can mediate successfully all former apprentices.” Oliver Landsberger is an appeal by the Audit Committee on the training companies: according to the new examination regulations, the trainees also will be interviewed after the operation and the cleaning of dispensing equipment.
Many of them have heard to date still ignorant of this topic. But who ever knows anything, falls through the examination. Therefore it is important to provide this area in the context of training.” Once again it was a strong year for Jurgen Witt: two trainees have passed all the examination. We have absolved new brewers and Maltsters which help us in the future, to brewing delicious beer. In this context, I would like the teachers, the training companies and the Audit Committee for thank the excellent work of the last three years.” How diverse is the profession of the Brewer and Mackness, the by Catherine shows Hanke. While their male counterparts all Brewers hire or seek a University place, the 21 year-old Sauerlanderin has opted for a malt-house in Koblenz. I find it very exciting as from grain brewing malt. That is the raw material for a good beer. Without my work would not be possible”brewing, says the young woman, who completed her training at the private brewery Sandoval in Essen, confident.