2022 Advanced Class in Craft Malt Production

Update, January 10, 2022: Based on the rapid rise of COVID cases around our nation and the world, yesterday the Guild board of directors made the decision to move our annual conference to 100% virtual this year. Because of this decision, we will also be postponing the Advanced Class in Craft Malt Production to a…

Craft Maltsters Guild Announces 2022 Craft Malt Conference Speaker Lineup and In-Person Event Schedule

PORTLAND, ME – The Craft Maltsters Guild is excited to announce the speaker lineup and in-person event schedule for its 2022 Craft Malt Conference, slated for February 18-19 in Portland, Maine. The fifth annual Craft Malt Conference features presentations of interest to maltsters, brewers, distillers, farmers, and other industry partners. View the full schedule here. #CraftMaltCon2022…

Craft Maltsters Guild Debuts Opportunity: 2022 Advanced Class in Craft Malt Production

PORTLAND, ME — The Craft Maltsters Guild will offer a four-day intensive workshop in the days leading up to the 2022 Craft Malt Conference in Portland, Maine (CMC 2022). Startup and experienced maltsters, as well as other parties in the malt supply chain, will gain theoretical and practical knowledge in malting technology at the 2022…

Field to Bench: Canada Led the Way

By Meghan Howes, Contributing Writer for RadCraft Located at the longitudinal center of North America, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Canadian Malting Barley Technical Center (CMBTC) opened in 2000 with Yueshu Li serving as director. “I was the first employee,” Li said with a chuckle. Since then, the Centre has worked with breeders, farmers, seed companies, exporters/importers,…