The next extreme smoked beer fad???

So not too long back I finally made it over to Reykjavik, Iceland for a few days–it’s a sister city to where I am located in Seattle.  And yes going straight from the 7 hour overnight flight directly to the giant geothermal spa in the pic above to watch the “sun” come up around 10 am was a … [More]

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Briess commissions third, and largest, malthouse

January 5 marked a historic day for Briess. That’s when we officially commissioned our third and largest malthouse, ceremoniously flipping the “on” switch and sending 432,000 pounds of cleaned and graded barley to steeping for its first batch. Not only does this 65,000-metric-tonne … [More]

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Malt of the Month: 2-row barley

So 2-row barley isn’t malt. At least not yet. But it takes quality raw barley to make quality malt. And since a lot is being written about the 2014 North American malting barley harvest, and since Briess is now producing its entire malt portfolio from 2-row malt, it’s a good time to … [More]

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Career opportunity: New Product Line Manager

Are you interested in joining a fast-growing supplier to the craft beer industry? Briess is seeking candidates for a newly created Product Line Manager position. Experience in craft beer is definitely a big plus! For a link to the job posting and how to apply, visit the More]

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Download the new Briess product list; all malts are now made exclusively from 2-row

If you haven’t heard yet, Briess is producing its entire line of malts from 2-row malting barley starting in 2015. The press release below explains why we eliminated 6-row malts from our product mix. Or check out our vip of sales and marketing’s recent More]

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