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Michigan State University Malting Barley Quality Lab

In response to the rapidly growing craft beer industry in Michigan, farmers throughout the state are bringing malting barley back into their crop rotation to supply the growing demand for locally sourced ingredients. High quality grain with the potential to …Read More

The New Brewer: Raw Materials Issue

Malt Care & Handling

As every brewer knows, malt is a natural and perishable product. How can brewers preserve malt quality as much as possible and thus extend its shelf life?

Craft Maltsters Guild HACCP and Quality Education

Craft maltsters play a critical role in promoting and celebrating the small, independent, traditional and innovative culture of American craft brewers. Grant The Brewers Association awarded grant provides support for the Craft Maltsters Guild to develop educational programs and technical resources for …Read More

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Malt Milling and Its Ramifications for the Craft Brewer

The milling of base and specialty malts has a significant financial and quality impact on your beer. A complete understanding of the milling process, the different types of milling equipment available, and the standard approach to evaluating and optimizing your …Read More

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Craft Malting and the Rebel Alliance

Experts discuss the revolutionary power of craft malting and small-scale barley farming. Over the last 100 years, breweries have moved away from malting their own barley to buying a small number of barley varieties from a small number of producers. …Read More

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Decoction Mashing: History and Modern Uses

Due to high quality malt production, decoction mashing is less common in modern beer production. However, craft breweries are often faced with different challenges that may be solved through a decoction mashing procedure. Theory and practical uses will be discussed …Read More

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