“Local” is synonymously used with craft beer. When you think craft beer you think local and when you think drinking local . . . you get the picture. And you want to include local ingredients when you are brewing for your community. If you are making a Kentucky Bourbon, you would like to use … [More]
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Choosing barley varieties for malting is no simple task. In fact, each kind of malt at Briess uses a specific variety of barley that is optimal for that style of malt. This is because barley varieties behave differently in each step of the malting process. Additionally, certain varieties may have… [More]
Have you ever wanted to compare two extracts typical analysis side-by-side? Or are you curious about what the flavor difference is between two extracts? Our new, easy-to-use, two-page flyer lists all the standard Briess liquid and dry extracts with their typical analysis and short descriptions … [More]
Over the last few weeks’ customers have been seeing the transition from the iconic Briess brown paper bags to a new, strong and tear-resistant laminated, woven polypropylene bag. We are very excited to get these bags in the field for customers to use in their day-to-day routines.
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A while back, I started working at 8th Street Ale Haus in Sheboygan while studying Biochemistry at Lakeland University and really liked the environment. I liked what they were doing there and how they were educating their customers about the components that made up the beer they drank. It was … [More]