Tag Archives: Central Waters

Local craft breweries assist with Peregrine Falcon Banding

June 1 was a very special day, as it marked the 20th banding of Peregrine Falcons produced at the Manitowoc Nest Site and the 5th banding hosted by Briess. To mark this momentous banding, we decided it was only fitting to raise a glass and toast to the success of the Peregrine Falcon Recovery … [More]

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Briess employee field trip to Central Waters

On Thursday, April 20, we loaded up a bus of 30 Briess employees and headed to Central Waters Brewing Company in Amherst, WI, for the premiere showing of Wisconsin Foodie’s episode of Briess and Central Waters. … [More]

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Part III: The wonderful world of germination

It’s been awhile since the first two blogs about The Briess Malthouses, so here’s a refresher before looking at germination, the next step of the malting process.

Briess operates two very unique malthouses dedicated to producing specialty malts. We refer to them by the … [More]

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Malting just for Central Waters ‘Shine On’ beer

How does one of Wisconsin’s greenest breweries celebrate Earth Day? By having its own organically grown Wisconsin barley toll malted for a batch of Shine On, of course. Central Waters Brewing Co. … [More]

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We’re taking Green With Briess to the next level

A couple months ago Paul Graham and Anello Mollica, co-owners of Central Waters Brewing Co. in nearby Amherst, Wis., paid a visit to Briess. They broke away from their hectic schedules to help us celebrate a milestone sustainability effort—Briess’… [More]

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