UC Davis Extension - Not content to kill it at winemaking, they also have a brewing certificate program consisting of 11 requisites, an internship, and two electives.
Oregon State University - OSU nabbed $1.2mil in August to expand their fermentation sciences program that'll go to fund a brewery and a vineyard. They'll be worth a look when it gets up and running.
Siebel Institute of Technology - The Chicago brewing school claims to be America's oldest, as they've been teaching the art of beer since 1872. (Even those buzzkill Prohibitionists couldn't keep it down!) On top of offering its own array of laser-specific brew science courses, Siebel has crucial study abroad ties to the Doemens Academy in Munich.
Doemens Academy - These guys again! The German school has a complete set of equipment -- pilot malting system, computer-controlled brew system, open and closed fermentation vessels, microbiology lab, and a Krones-designed bottle packaging line -- plus a sterling international reputation to boot.
VLB Berlin - Prior to enrolling, you have to prove you slaved for three months in a brewery, but your tenure at BJ's Restaurant and Brewery is probably cool. The six-month program is a full-time deal, beginning with wort production and going through to keg disinfection. Get your 13800 Euros ready.
French Institute of Drinks, Brewing and Malting - They are dropping serious science on their students, spearheading R&D in important beer business like "microflora management in the malting process".
The Scandinavian School of Brewing - Try to contain yourselves, Angry Orchard diehards: the Copenhagen school's got an all-cider course.