Farmer Brewer Winter Weekend 2016
Jan
16
Jan 17

Farmer Brewer Winter Weekend 2016

  • Hartwick College


A Maltster in The Rye

Farmers, Maltsters, & Brewers Holden it Down in Upstate NY
January 16-17, 2016, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY

www.hartwick.edu/farmerbrewer

    Farmer Brewer is an immersive experience for established and aspiring farmers, brewers, and maltsters to glean crucial lessons from industry experts as well as each other. We also make plenty of time to socialize and enjoy locally grown food and beer, of course! 

    Weekend program includes:

    • Rye Malting & Flavor Research
    • The Agronomics of Rye for Malting
    • Malting, Brewing & Grain Farming 101’s
    • Malting Start-up & Equipment
    • Managing DON from field to glass
    • Developing a Malthouse QC Program
    • Malt Flavor - training your palate

    Presentations by...

    • Paul Schwarz, NDSU Malting Science
    • Lindsay Guerdrum, Sensory Specialist, New Belgium
    • Aaron Macleod, Hartwick College, Malt Lab
    • Dustin Herb, Crop Science, OSU
    • Ben Roesch, Wormtown Brewery
    • Gary Bergstrom, Cornell University
    • Andrea & Christian Stanley, Valley Malt

    $450 includes meals & beer.
    Space limited to 100 participants.

     

    Apr
    14
    9:00 am09:00

    Think Barley Bus Safari

    http://www.craftmalting.com/events/think-barley-bus-tour/

    Think Barley Bus Tour
    April 14th, 9:30 am – 6:30 pm
    Oregon State University Barley Fields (Corvallis) & Rogue Farms (Independence)

    Cost:
    Through March 31: $60 (Guild Members) / $90 (Nonmembers)
    After March 31 (if available): $90 (Guild Members) / $100 (Nonmembers)

    Registration:
    Register for Think Barley Bus Tour
    Join the Guild

    Join the Craft Maltsters Guild in a tour of Barley trials and fields at Oregon State University in Corvallis, and the rye fields at the Rogue Farm in Independence.

    Rogue Ales & Spirits is an agri-fermenter founded in Oregon in 1988, as one of America’s first microbreweries. Rogue has won over 1,500 awards for taste and quality, and is available in all 50 states and 48 countries. Since 2008, Rogue has remained committed to saving the terroir of Oregon hops and barley, one acre at a time, by growing their own. Learn more about how Rogue grows beer from ground to glass at www.roguefarms.com.

    Your registration will include a drink ticket and a food voucher for Rogue Farm, and additional food and beverage will be available for purchase.

    Participants will be picked up and dropped off at the Convention Center. The travel time will be approximately 2 hours from Portland to Corvallis; 30 minutes from Corvallis to Rogue Farms; and about 1.5 hours back to Portland.

    Cancellation: cancellations with a full refund before March 31st; 50% refund after March 31st; no refunds available after April 12th. Requests to transfer registration for the tour should be emailed to deb@craftmalting.com.

    Many thanks to Rogue Farms for providing transportation on this tour, and to both Rogue and Oregon State University for hosting us.

    Farmer Brewer Winter Weekend 2015
    Jan
    17
    Jan 18

    Farmer Brewer Winter Weekend 2015

    • Amherst College

    FarmerBrewer is an immersive experience for established and aspiring farmers, brewers, and maltsters to glean crucial lessons from industry experts as well as each other. 

    We also make plenty of time to socialize and enjoy locally grown food and beer, of course!

    The Malt Nerds History Hour
    Jun
    13
    2:00 pm14:00

    The Malt Nerds History Hour

    • DeVos Place

    Andrea Stanley of Valley Malt will be a guest speaker at the National Homebrewers Conference, which runs June 12-14 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, at DeVos Place.