Tag Archives: CBW

Featured “Malt” of the Month: CBW® Pale Ale

CBW® Pale Ale malt extract has a rich malty flavor with touches of biscuit and nut. It provides a strong malty background for the inclusion of even the
most demanding specialty malts, and is available in liquid and dry.

It’s a perfect base for ales where a rich, full flavored barley base … [More]

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Inside the Briess extract plant and brewhouse

The Briess Extract Plant and Brewhouse were commissioned in 2002. Today the plant literally roars with activity as its staff works 24-7 operating, a fully automated system that controls almost all aspects of production and cleaning, to churn out a dizzying array of ingredients for beer and food… [More]

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Mowing The Monastery Belgian Single

Referred to as an Enkel (“single” in Dutch,) or Patersbier (“father’s beer”,) the Belgian single is the “lawnmower” beer of the Belgian monks.  This sessionable style does not get in the way of one’s daily endeavors like … [More]

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Victorious Vienna Lager

Sometimes it’s the simplest flavors that make a lager perfect and complex. This recipe is just a few ingredients, but it’s an excellent showcase for the depth of flavor you’ll find in Briess’ CBW® Goldpils® Vienna Extract.

Type: Lager

Style: Vienna

Batch Size: 5 gallons

Recipe … [More]

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Secrets to Keeping your Liquid Extracts Fresh

What is an Extract Exactly?
Extract, or what we like to call Concentrated Brewers Wort® (CBW® for short) is malt that has been ran through our mill and mashed. The wort is then separated from the spent grain and transferred into a brew kettle to be boiled before being sent to a dryer or … [More]

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