Tag Archives: craft beer

Craft Brewers Conference Beers That Never Were

It seems so long ago that we were planning for the Craft Brewers Conference in San Antonio. I think our biggest concern was making sure that all the collaboration beers that we brewed for the conference got to the distributor in Austin by a certain date. But these are strange and unprecedented … [More]

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Outdoors with a Brew & a View — October

Do you have a special brew that you take along with you on a certain hike or when out and about in nature? Send your images and a couple sentences highlighting your excursions to More]

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Another Bighorn Barley Tour in the Books!

Some of our awesome experimental Gemcraft barley coming along nicely!

Another Bighorn Barley Tour is in the books after touring our fields with some of our growers, seeing our grain elevator and lab, as well as taking a thorough tour of the irrigation in this section of Wyoming. This Bighorn … [More]

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Blonde RoastOat™ Malt Flavor

Blonde RoastOat™ Malt

If you visited the Briess Booth at the Craft Brewers Conference in Denver, Colorado, then you already know we have officially launched our Blonde RoastOat™ Malt. You may have experienced the captivating chew of its … [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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