Category Archives: Product Info

Spring is in the air and seeds are in the ground

Just as Rick Redd, Regional Manager of the Briess Wyoming Barley Operations, predicted, by mid-March the growers were in the fields prepping the ground and planting seeds before the end of April. February snowfall had set the planting season back by about three weeks, but this has not disrupted… [More]

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Malt storage solutions – what configurations works best for you?

Notice to all small brewers:  When it comes to organizing your brewery’s malt storage, plan for success. 
One of the most common situations I run into is the lack of palleted malt storage space. Larger, more established breweries have figured this out, but … [More]

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Drop by the Briess Booth #825 at the 2018 Craft Brewers Conference

Sample worts and beers with two featured malts: Goldpils® Vienna and Dark Munich 30L malts.

Briess Technical Services Pilot Brewery, Chilton, WI – We’ve rolled up our sleeves and made beers to focus … [More]

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Kilned vs. Roasted – Same Color, Different Outcome

A few years ago I gave presentations at the CBC and AHA conventions, the basis of those lectures was around the Briess kilned Aromatic 20º L and Briess roasted Caramel 20º L malts to… [More]

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Naturally Grown for American Craft Beer

American malt for American craft beer and food
Producing fine American malt for American craft beer and premium foods means starting with the best raw material. That’s why sourcing and managing a consistent supply of high-quality U.S. barley is a top priority … [More]

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