Tag Archives: Brewers Malt

Distillers Malt vs. Brewers Malt in the U.S. and their Applications

One of the more common questions I receive from craft distillers is, what are the differences between your “Distillers” malt and your “Brewers” malt? To which, I typically respond with another question. What kind of whiskey are you wanting to produce, or what does your grain bill consist… [More]

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High & Dry Rye Saison

If there’s a new summer style everyone loves, it seems to be Saison. Check out this bigger, bolder version, with the spiciness of rye, Sorachi Ace hops and a bright, phenolic, fruity farmhouse yeast.

Type: Ale

Style: Other Ale

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A collaboration of beers to boast about at CBC

There are four “beery” good reasons to visit the Briess booth on the trade show floor at the upcoming Craft Brewers Conference: The Rye of the Tiger, a Rye Porter,  ImpeRYEal Red and a collaboration beer.   And, oh yeah, don’t forget the famous Briess malted milk balls, which will be displayed … [More]

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Give Thanks and Brew a Fall Ale

This amber/brown Belgian-inspired ale has a distinctly nutty, biscuity warmth perfect for cooler weather.

Type: Ale

Style: Mild / Red / Brown Ales

Batch Size: 5 gallons

Recipe Type: Extract with grain

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