Category Archives: Facilities

Manitowoc Warehouse & Expansion

One way we are focusing on our customers is by consolidating our Brew shipping out of our new Distribution Center in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Barley and other grains are malted and packaged at our Manitowoc facility, just a few miles East of the new DC. This new Warehouse is conveniently located … [More]

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Happy Holidays! Plus Office Hours

One of the terrific things about working for Briess is that our customers are not just that; they are also typically friends, colleagues, and partners. As we usher 2019 into the past and look forward to 2020, we would like to thank all of you for making 2019 a success! You are always top of mind… [More]

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Briess Silos Brighten Manitowoc’s Cityscape!

The new mural on the silos at our Manitowoc malt plant is complete! Briess purchased this property in 2014 to begin our investment in the Manitowoc community. Today, the new vinyl artwork hangs over the top of the Budweiser cans and will preserve those original graphics.

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10th Annual Malt & Brew Workshop

The 2019 Malt & Brew Workshop class, our Manitowoc Malthouse is in the background

We recently held another outstanding Malt & Brew Workshop in Chilton and Manitowoc with a 10th annual class of almost 40 brewers and distillers! We kicked things off on Tuesday, August 20th with a … [More]

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Barley harvest 2018 is underway

It’s a busy but exciting time of year in Bighorn Barley country right now, with the annual malting barley harvest in full swing. Harvest typically starts about the third week in July, when the first truckloads of barley randomly begin rolling into the Briess elevator in Ralston, WY.

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