More from Asheville, NC–New Belgium Brewing!

So while I was in NC recently I just had to get over to see what kind of progress our friends at New Belgium have made with their site in the arts district on the French Broad River.  This property was formerly and old stockyard and you can see some great old pictures pre-More]

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My time at summer camp…

I was fortunate enough recently to attend the last stop of the Sierra Nevada Beer Camp when it hit their new east coast property… [More]

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How craft beer and Briess are influencing new barley development

(This article was first written for Craft Beer Quarterly, and updated for this blog.)

This year marks the first full year Briess has operated a full-scale barley operation in Wyoming. It consists of a 2.3 million bushel elevator, seed plant and network of 250+ dedicated barley growers.

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Malt of the Month: Carabrown® (now available year round)

We’re pleased to announce that another seasonal malt is being added to our standard malt portfolio. Carabrown® Malt was introduced several years ago as a Maltster’s Reserve Malt available for a limited time each year. … [More]

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And the survey winners are…

Thanks to all the homebrewers who recently entered our contest to win one of four “free malt” prizes, by way of taking an online survey. Here are the four lucky winners with a bit about their homebrewing hobby. Congrats, winners!

Kyle Hall -
North Carolina

“I have been brewing since … [More]

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