Tag Archives: Drying

Kilned vs. Roasted – Same Color, Different Outcome

A few years ago I gave presentations at the CBC and AHA conventions, the basis of those lectures was around the Briess kilned Aromatic 20º L and Briess roasted Caramel 20º L malts to… [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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The CBW® brewing process

Have you ever been curious about how Briess makes CBW® Extracts?

The Irish Road Extract/Drying Plant in Chilton, Wisconsin, is home to the state’s third largest brewhouse where CBW® brewer’s and Maltoferm® food grade malt extracts are made. The plant also maintains a dedicated … [More]

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Part IV: Do you like yours kilned, roasted or both?

Thanks to the convergence of craft beer and modern drying equipment, American brewers now have more styles of malt at their disposal than any time in history. This installment on malting and Briess Malthouses offers a glimpse at … [More]

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