If you flip to page 62 in the latest issue of The New Brewer, you may notice a new and refreshing look to Briess. We felt like it was time to dive deeper and introduce you to the people behind the malt. Briess works with a network of over 300 barley growers located in America’s premium barley… [More]
Fred Hopkin is a member of the Briess Grower Advisory Committee which is comprised of grower representatives from Wyoming and Montana, as well as Briess representatives. The committee provides a direct link between Wyoming and Montana barley growers and Briess. Meeting several times a year, they … [More]
The Briess Grower Advisory Committee is comprised of six volunteers who serve as a conduit between the growers in their region and the Briess Barley Operation in Ralston, WY. One of those volunteers, and a Briess barley grower, is Alex Smith.
During the past 37 years, Alex has owned his own… [More]
We know our brewers and distillers are passionate about the ingredients that craft their beer and spirits. The flavor and character of the malt is sculpted into each beverage. This flavor is shaped by many factors from the dedicated growers to the art of the maltster. Each step of the growing … [More]
One of the great perks of my job is I get to explore new places while introducing brewers to the barley growers. Dave Engbers, Co-Founder and President of … [More]
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