I got too busy to keep doing it. I am hoping to either do it on my own or do it if they run it again.
Same here. Got through like week 4 or so before I realized that there was very little return on investment for me for the time investment needed. I don't really get the vibe that the profs understand brewing to the level that I'd hoped. It's really a chemistry course as opposed to a brewing science course.
If a school with a solid Brewing Science program like UC Davis offered a course like this, I'd sign up in a heatbeat (especially if Bamforth was teaching). Otherwise, I just don't have the time (or need) for it right now.
One good thing was that I learned was that going back to school would not work out for me at this stage in my life. I have been kicking around the possibility of getting my masters via an online program. If I can't find the time for one "just for fun" course, there's no way I could handle a full coarseload for a degree that I'm paying for.