The Scandinavian Bryggerhøjskole

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The Scandinaviske Bryggerhøjskole
Scandinavian School of Brewing
founding 1925
place DenmarkDenmark Copenhagen - Valby
Headmaster Kim L. Johansen

Den Skandinaviske Bryggerhøjskole ( English Scandinavian School of Brewing ) is the joint Scandinavian brewing college in the Valby district of the Danish capital Copenhagen .


The Scandinavian Brewery School was founded in 1925 by the brewery associations of the Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. Originally there was only one training for master brewers who, like in Germany, were also trained as master brewers at the same time. Since the beginning of the 21st century, there has also been an option to qualify as a Dipolm brewer especially for the many new microbreweries . There is also a wide range of courses for small and large breweries at home and abroad as well as for private individuals who are interested in beer brewing and knowledge as well as the connections between beer and gastro culture.

The library of the Carlsberg Laboratory is primarily used for training and research . Since the end of the 20th century, classes have only been held in English because the majority of students come from all over the world.

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Coordinates: 55 ° 39 ′ 51 ″  N , 12 ° 31 ′ 46.9 ″  E