February 9, 2016 at 4:26 pm #769
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A heathy, robust, and reliable supply chain is the starting point for all maltsters, brewers and distillers. At the 2019 Craft Malt Conference February 2nd-3rd in Bozeman, Montana, we'll be hosting three sessions dedicated to agricultural updates and information.
This year we will also feature roundtable discussions exploring brewers’ craft malt experiences, as well as a special "Five Year Club: Lessons Learned" roundtable featuring several of our member malthouses sharing what they’ve learned over the past five years of producing craft malt.
Early bird registration is open now via the link below. We encourage you to register and join us at the table for what is shaping up to be an incredible conference year.
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The October schedule of events and webinars is up on our website and it has us pretty mad that we can't teleport to all the great programming around the country. Wether you are a brewer, distiller, grower, or supplier there are topics and forums for everyone this month so peep the link below and get signed up!
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Craft Malt Cooperative posted 4 photos.
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Today we got to relax a little and had a nice visit from Halfdan Svalheim of Norway. Halfdam is starting a malting facility in his country and came to ours to learn how we grow and malt barley. He belongs to two progressive cooperatives (Økologisk Spesialkorn and Craft Malt Cooperative) that bring local food and malt to businesses around Oslo. Expect big things to come from them. SKOL!