Category Archives: The Briess Beat

“Maltitude” of reasons to stop by booth #603 at this year’s Homebrew Con

Grab your beer goggles, costumes and growlers, and make your way to Portland, OR, to find your beervana at the 40th Homebrewers Convention (AKA Homebrew Con). You can be sure to find a “maltitude” of reasons to stop by the Briess Booth #603 — 2,500 lbs. to be exact. Yep, that’s right, the wall … [More]

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Welcome Michael Forncrook

I am excited to introduce the newest member of the Briess family and Division Manager for the Brew West Territory, Michael Forncrook. He will be working and building relationships with our customers in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho and Montana.

Michael spent the last 5 ½ … [More]

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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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Looking for outstanding candidates: Division Manager – Brew South

If you have a passion for the Craft Brewing Community and are looking for an exciting career calling on breweries, attending industry conferences and working for a world-class company with over 142 years of experience, then Briess Malt & Ingredients Co. is the company for you. We are one of … [More]

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Wisconsin Farm Bureau members tour Briess

On April 20, Briess welcomed a group of over 40 Farm Bureau members during a bus tour sponsored by YFA (Young Farmer and Agriculturists) to tour the Briess Manitowoc Barley Operations. The Farm Bureau members were enthusiastic to learn and see how raw barley transformed into a number … [More]

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