Author Archives: Jordon Geurts

Let’s Talk PSY (Predicted Spirit Yield)

Last month we introduced our new Non-GN Odyssey Whiskey Malt, which is crafted using a tailored process that results in a high Predicted Spirit Yield (PSY). This month, we’d like to take a few minutes to talk specifics of PSY.

Some of you may know that PSY is a measurement of the … [More]

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Introducing Non-GN Odyssey Whiskey Malt!

Odyssey Whiskey Malt is made with the only AMBA approved Non-Glycosidic Nitrile (Non-GN) producing barley variety (Odyssey) available in the U.S.A. today! This assures the “all-malt” whiskey producer using copper equipment, low levels of Ethyl Carbamate (EC).  EC is a known Group 2A … [More]

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Introducing American Honey Malt!

American Honey Malt is a modern take on a traditional European-style Brumalt, also known as melanoidin malt. We start with our American-grown barley and tailor our typical steep and germination process to produce a highly-modified green malt, leading to one of our most unique and complex malt … [More]

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Brit-ish Brown Ale

Are you a fan of all things British? Enjoying a spot of tea in the afternoon, jaunting about in your Mini Cooper, or even playing football primarily with your feet? If that’s the case, this beer might be for you. This British inspired brown ale will give you the full-body, malty sweetness,… [More]

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9-5 grind

Milling grain is an often-overlooked aspect of brewing and distilling. The goal of milling is to ensure that all the starch stored in the kernel is readily accessible to enzymes for conversion to sugar during the mashing process.

To some that means grinding the grain into a flour and … [More]

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