Lake Life WKND was kind enough to host Maltwerks on their podcast this past week. Check out this episode for a great background on the origin, technical aspects, and even some future plans for the craft malt house.
We are happy to be announcing our collaborative event, March 3rd
4 Breweries each brewing a beer featuring Maltwerks ingredients and 4 beer paired appetizers. This is the first event of its kind, and we are excited to do it first. You won't want to miss this!
Meet the participating breweries, meet the maltsters and enjoy the nerd session! Make sure to purchase tickets in advance, they may not be available at the door!
Breweries include Ashby brewing, Tavern Brewing, Perhams own Disgruntled, and Copper Trail brewing.
Check out Ashby Brewing here, they have recently been making waves in their hometown, bringing a local brewery to the community.
Tavern Brewing has been a successful staple of the Detroit Lakes area, making many a traditional beer and doing it well. Their taproom on Detroit Lakes is a local and tourist favorite alike.
Disgruntled Brewing serves the town of Perham, and is a producers of some very good hazy IPAs as well as other local favorites. If you live in the area and are not familiar, it is time to change that!
From Alexandria, we have Copper Trail Brewing that are taking a lot of pride in producing fresh beer on-site and with a purpose.
We look forward to curating this local pair of food and beer, that is sure to impress newcomers to the craft world as well as the experienced.
Tickets are available at The Brew: 124 E Main St, Perham, MN 56573
Pests are probably of little concern for the homebrewer this time of year, and in the arctic climate of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. However, the major breweries are on the offensive at all times to prevent invited guests from making homestead in the warehouse. Even the way we store malt and the like, is subject to scrutiny because of the way humidity in this climate, can ruin a batch of craft beer, even before brewing begins.
Brewtube was kind enough to feature Muntons on their podcast. The interview discusses the history and future of the Muntons brand. As a craft brewery supplier, they tend to take malt very serious.
That shows as the interview breaks into the perspective that Phil Bamford has about the industry. Muntons focuses on a very economical process. While home brewing ebbs and flows, the people at Muntons carry onward a dense tradition of malting.
They finish by discussing the impetus behind the Brewery in a Bag technology.