Tag Archives: Briess Malt

House that Brewers and Briess…are Building

Construction is well underway on the Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity “House that Brewers and Briess Built.” Once finished, the house will be presented to a local family in need! For this project, Briess donated malt to six Fox Valley Wisconsin breweries who each crafted a specific … [More]

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Oregon Brewers Fest — Unique Beer, Fun Events, Shopping…and a Llama?

The 2019 Oregon Brewers Festival kicked off again this year in downtown Portland with a private Brewer’s Dinner and Social at the Tom McCall Waterfront Park. More than 40 Breweries from around the state donated Beer for the Brewer’s Dinner which included both experimental and well- known … [More]

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Join Us In July To See Where Your Barley Is Grown!

Sunrise over a WY barley field

Join us in Wyoming at our 3rd annual Bighorn Barley Tour July 10 and 11! We’ll kick things off with a fun evening at the Silver Dollar Saloon in downtown Cody, WY, on Tuesday July 9 before touring the Buffalo Bill Dam–part of the Shoshone Irrigation Project … [More]

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Springtime Recipe: Gregorian’s Fifth (Maibock)

Here’s a recipe to help get you in that springtime mood. This traditional German-inspired bock is brewed in the cooler months and lagered into spring to develop a clean, malty profile … [More]

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Sugar Shack Sap Ale

At the commence of Spring, as the snow melts and the howling of the winter winds subsides, apparatus are hung and tied to maple trees. With the rustle of your feet beneath lie remnants of the fall and what mother nature covered in her white winter beauty…and if you listen … [More]

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