The syllabus for the Certified Beer Server exam was updated a couple months ago. It wasn’t a large overhaul, but there are some key things you need to know. If you already passed the Certified Beer Server exam, check out the updated information below to keep your skills sharp. If you’re getting ready to take the exam, you’re in luck—I already updated my study notes on this website to reflect the changes shown below. This post details the changes from Certified Beer Server Syllabus v3.1 to v3.2.
I studied for Certified Beer Server exam for a long time. I was busy with other things and wasn’t making it a priority. Midway through my studies, they changed the syllabus. Luckily for me, I took the exam before the new test was effective. Luckily for you, I already updated my study notes on this website to reflect the changes shown below. This post details the changes from Certified Beer Server Syllabus v2.0 to v3.x.
TRANSCRIPT: Hey guys, this is Nathan Pierce here to talk with you about Beer Exam School and how to pass the Certified Beer Server exam the first time.
I’ve received some questions about what the Certified Beer Server exam is, who administers the exam, and how to take the exam. So here’s a quick post to cover some of those points all in one place.
It’s been a while since I passed the Certified Beer Server exam, and I’m still super excited. Here are 3 thoughts on the experience.
I’m going to show you how to make flashcards for the Certified Beer Server exam. It’s quick and easy. The cards are super clean and informative. They fit in your back pocket so you can take them anywhere, study anytime, and pass the heck out of the Certified Beer Server exam the first time! Keep reading for 3 simple steps to make your own flashcards and ace the Certified Beer Server exam.
You might recall from my post on January 31, that I was really eager and motivated to finish studying and take the exam. Well, as you might’ve guessed based on the dates of my posts, I hadn’t been in such a hurry to finish anymore. There was a huge gap between lessons 12 and 13. Looking back, I’m mildly ashamed and kind of embarrassed about the amount of time that I let go by. More on that in a minute. Anyway… Then I learned that the Cicerone® Certification program is planning on changing the Certified Beer Server exam in 2016—so we gotta get this thing done!
One of the reasons I started this site was to motivate me by accountability to finish this exam! Yes, WordPress has given me quite a beating this past year. Nonetheless, here it is, 8 months after my first post on Beer Exam School, 3 months since I really started studying, and I have a long ways to go. But I got a job at a brewery!
Beer is a highly specialized and diversified product, and trends change rapidly. A beer cicerone, specifically a Certified Cicerone® or a Master Cicerone®, is a highly skilled and knowledgeable professional. Yet they are often described in reference to wine sommeliers. I propose a new description for Cicerone, one that stands on its own, independent of other beverage professionals.
Beer Exam School is the blog I will use to help me study for the Cicerone Certification Program, Certified Beer Server exam.
My name is Nathan Pierce. Since quitting my air quality planning job about a year ago due to, shall we say “irreconcilable differences” with management, I’ve been planning to start a brewery here in the Monterey area (California). To learn more about beer and to enhance my resume, I am going to take the exam for Certified Beer Server.