Tag Archives: Barley Growers

What happens after the barley is harvested?

In early November I headed to one of my favorite places in the United States—the Bighorn Basin barley growing region in Northwestern Wyoming and Southern Montana. That’s where the bulk of our barley is grown. And it’s… [More]

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Thank you, Briess barley growers!

Last week Briess celebrated a successful 2017 barley harvest the best way we know how—by throwing a party for our growers and their families!

About 300 guests joined us for our fifth annual dinner in Powell, WY. They came in from Southern Montana, and throughout the Bighorn Basin in … [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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Thanks for growing great barley for craft beer!

For the fourth harvest season in a row, barley growers in Wyoming and Montana have filled Briess storage bins with some of the highest quality malting barley grown in the world. We couldn’t be more thankful to them for the hard work and passion they put into their craft – so we threw them a… [More]

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Grower Spotlight: Brenton Paxton

Brenton Paxton is a member of the Briess Grower Advisory Committee which is comprised of grower representatives from Wyoming and Montana, as well as Briess representatives.
My wife, Justine, and I started farming in 2007 when we purchased our 40 acre farm located on Orchard Bench Road in … [More]

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