Craft Maltsters Maintain Cautious Optimism Among the Ongoing Health Crisis

Bozeman, MT (September 10, 2020) – A third COVID-19 impact survey conducted by the Craft Maltsters Guild shows most craft maltsters are open for business but are still adapting to the challenges the pandemic has imposed. CMG represents the interests of small-batch, independent maltsters in North America and abroad. Information about earlier surveys can be…

Chris Swersey Resigns from Craft Maltsters Guild Board of Directors

By Brent Manning, Riverbend Malt House During our July Board meeting, Chris Swersey announced his resignation from the Board effective immediately. This resignation was driven by his change in job responsibilities with the Brewers Association. Going forward, he will be focused solely on event management. Chris’s Board seat will remain open until our next election…

2021 Craft Malt Conference shifts to virtual event

Published July 7, 2020. Guild board votes to transition annual gathering to an online experience 2020 has been a roller coaster and this fact doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon. We’ve watched as friends in the beer and spirits industries have had to move their annual gatherings online because of the continued uncertainty we…