Introduction to Soft Drinks Development and Manufacture

2025 Dates will be released at the end of September 2024

This course can be run as a tailored option for those who have a number of staff who would benefit from the training or if you would like to register your own interest to attend this course on the next available date please complete the enquiry form

Delegate Feedback:

  • Each tutor was very good and very knowledgeable in their topic
  • All the tutors were a great source of knowledge
  • Great overview
  • A full summary from goods-in to goods-out of how a soft drinks factory works

Benefits of attending

Campden BRI’s  Soft Drink Development and manufacture training course offers individuals the opportunity to gain knowledge on the key considerations around the development and small scale production of soft drinks. During this course delegates will be introduced to a wide range of technical and scientific areas including; microbiological considerations, the use of various ingredients (water, sweeteners, acidity regulators, juices, colours and flavouring), pasteurisation, packaging, and shelf life consideration. The course will allow individuals to develop their knowledge of the basic principles of beverages. Typical attendees  are suppliers to beverage industry and those new to the beverage industry developing drinks.

Training Course content

This course will provide basic knowledge of the key considerations around the development and small scale production of beverages.

Course aims

  • To provide an introduction to beverage development and manufacture
  • To demonstrate at a small scale carbonation and  both in pack and continuous flow pasteurisation
  • To share Campden BRI's experiences on the development and manufacture of beverage

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course delegates will be able to:-

  • Understand the key considerations needed when developing a beverage.
  • Gain knowledge on ingredients used in soft drinks
  • Have an understanding of how a beverage is mixed, carbonated, filled and capped/seamed
  • Appreciate  how pasteurisation processes are determined and different pasteurisation options for beverages
  • An awareness of different types of packaging for beverages focusing on glass and PET bottles and cans
  • Be able to undertake basic testing of beverages – pH, brix and measurement of carbonation

This course does not cover beer or alcoholic drink

This course can be customised and is available in house - please contact for more information.

Event Director - Philip Spratt

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