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Muddy Tracks Coffee Brown Ale

Nestled in the farm fields of Chilton, WI you will find a sleepy town of 3,933 residents that is home to Briess Malt & Ingredients Co. With just a touch over 4 square miles, farming and agriculture carry a long decorated history in this area of Calumet County.

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Welcome 2019 with malt- and beer-infused sliders

Want a delicious lunch, late night bite or fantastic New Year’s Eve appetizer?  Try these malt- and beer-infused sliders. They’re delicious, satisfying and fit the bill for all types of occasions.

Using several malt extracts as well as Briess Rye Malt (milled into a fine flour), I … [More]

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Haze Craze Train…leads to inspirational homebrew

All aboard! Have you ever asked yourself, which beer style best suits you? Well, as I traced my palate sensations through my wavering beer journey I confess I’m guilty and fell head first into the juicy, crazy & hazy beer train. This was by no means on purpose, but it couldn’t be ignored … [More]

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Winter Spiced Ale Recipe

This Ale brings a sweet, malty backbone with rich spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, and a hint of vanilla and a touch of dark chocolate malt. Whether you find yourself surrounded by snow on the ski trail or snuggled by a cozy fire, this spiced ale is the perfect drink to warm you up.

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NHC Gold Medal Double IPA Recipe by Randy Sauter

My favorite issue of Zymurgy magazine each year features the Gold Medal winning recipes in each category from the National Homebrew Competition (NHC.)  This year, a Double IPA recipe caught my eye.  It looked so good in fact, I contacted gold medal winner… [More]

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