Tag Archives: flavor

Cold Extraction of Malt Components and Their Use in Brewing Applications

We’re really proud of our Technical Services Department and the innovative ideas they come up with for the industry — we thought we’d repost this Cold Extraction article to get … [More]

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Flavor creation in the malthouse

“It is curious how little is known on the subject of malt, not only by the general public, but by those who make, sell or use it.” – H. Stopes, Malt & Malting, 1885.

In late 2017, I read the above quote, and was struck by the truth and relevance of it, even today – 133 years after … [More]

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Malt Sensory Ambassadors

There has been a lot of buzz around Malt Sensory in the brewing industry and it will only continue to grow. As brewers demand more flavor profiles for malt, they are also experiencing malt in new ways to better understand characteristics. In 2014, a white paper entitled More]

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Four things to catch at Homebrew Con 2017

We are officially less than one week away from the 39th annual AHA National Homebrewers Conference—aka Homebrew Con—which will be hosted in Minneapolis June 15-17, 2017. Here’s what you won’t want to miss:
Beer Blending Tips and Techniques

Saturday, June 17 | 10:15 am – 11:15 … [More]

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Upcoming events and presentations you won’t want to miss

Midwest Craft Brewers Conference
Sensory Evaluation of Specialty Malts
Presented by: Penny Pickart
August 2, 2016 from 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM  in Ballroom A-C

 

When it comes to choosing the best specialty malt for your brewing recipe, flavor contribution is one of the most … [More]

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