The Advanced Class in Craft Malt Production is Amplified and Rescheduled for May 16-19

After the shift to a virtual Craft Malt Conference, the Craft Maltsters Guild announced the rescheduled 2022 dates for the Advanced Class in Craft Malt Production offered in collaboration with the program’s teachers Hugh Alexander, owner and operator of Scotland’s Balnamoon Maltings & Brewery, and Hannah Turner, Director of the Montana State University Barley, Malt…

Craft Maltsters Guild Announces 2022 Newly-Elected and Returning Board Members

The Craft Maltsters Guild is pleased to welcome three incoming board members to the Guild’s Board of Directors in 2022. These individuals include two Member Malthouse representatives and the first-ever International Malthouse member on the board.  Guild Member Malthouses elected Brian Estes, the Partnerships Director of LINC Malt in Spokane Valley, WA, and re-elected Dan…

The Virtual 2022 Craft Malt Conference Schedule is Here.

Following the shift to an all-virtual experience, the Craft Maltsters Guild announced the virtual 2022 Craft Malt Conference schedule that includes many speakers originally slated for the in-person conference.  The Craft Malt Conference keynote speaker, June Russell, Director of Regional Food Programs at the Glynwood Center for Regional Food and Farming, will kick off the…

Craft Maltsters Guild Transitions 2022 Craft Malt Conference to All Virtual Experience, Postpones Advanced Class

The Craft Maltsters Guild announced this week the transition of their 2022 Craft Malt Conference to an all-virtual experience for participants. This educational conference was originally slated to take place in Portland, Maine; however, the recent COVID-19 case surge and lower in-person attendance numbers motivated the Guild Board of Directors to make the difficult decision…