TERI DOWN UNDER

TERI DOWN UNDER

GWM’s Malt Innovation Center Manager, Teri Fahrendorf, was invited to Australia to judge the Australia Independent Beer Awards, speak at AUS IBA BrewCon about Specialty Malts, serve on the Brewers vs. Growers Panel at IBA BrewCon, collab-brew with CryerMalt customer...
ELEVATED GRAINS

ELEVATED GRAINS

Although spring has just begun and the fall harvest is far from now, for Canada Malting it is never too early to start planning for the new barley crop. Canada Malting is constantly focused on the crop to assure the availability and quality of malting barley for its...
CASK CONDITIONED BEER – THE NEXT BIG THING

CASK CONDITIONED BEER – THE NEXT BIG THING

So, you’ve managed to produce Yeasty McYeastface New England IPA. Baby, I’m a Star Fruit Star Anise Gose was the belle of the ball at the most recent beer fest. The bourbon barrel-aged Kvass is showing all signs of a world-class beverage as far as you know. The yoga...
THE MERITS OF MALT TOTES

THE MERITS OF MALT TOTES

In the past few years, I’ve come across many startups and existing breweries that didn’t know the benefits of buying base malt in one ton totes or they didn’t even know the option existed.  A tote contains 2000-2200lb of malt depending if the base malt is domestic or...
NAVIGATING THE NEW HARVEST

NAVIGATING THE NEW HARVEST

Winter is right around the corner and we all know what that means! It’s nearly time for new crop malt to be making its way to your brewhouse. Depending on the quality of the previous crop year, this can be a long-awaited moment or a brew where nothing ends up as it...
#TEXASSTRONG

#TEXASSTRONG

Most “out-of-towner’s” know Texas for the obvious; its size, the Alamo, the Longhorn, great BBQ, football, wide open spaces, southern hospitality, and the blistering heat to name a few.  I think most Texans like myself, whether born, raised, or simply residing here...
BRITISH HISTORY, AMERICAN STUDIES

BRITISH HISTORY, AMERICAN STUDIES

When James Fawcett ’88 came to UNC as a British Morehead Scholar, he double-majored in history and political science. But his focus was studying America, picking up on the culture and breaking through the barriers of a supposedly common language. “It helped open my...
COLLABS, ONE-OFFS, AND WEIRD BEER

COLLABS, ONE-OFFS, AND WEIRD BEER

From Reinheitsgebot to a Full Array of Adjuncts Not all that long ago, “adjuncts” was a bad word in craft brewing. Many of us were guided by Reinheitsgebot, the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516 stating beer shall be made only with malted barley, hops, and water with the...