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Member Webinar: Interpreting Malt Analysis & Making Malting Process Changes

  • 11 Apr 2019
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EDT)
  • Zoom - Webinar


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Member Webinar: 

Interpreting Malt Analysis & Making Malting Process Changes

Thursday, April 11th 3:00 pm EST - 4:00 pm EST


Hannah Turner, Montana State University

Hannah Turner is the Director of the Montana State University Barley Genetics and Malt Quality Lab. This lab services the MSU Breeding Program and works to improve barley of all types with a focus on malt barley. The Malt Quality Lab also supports the region by providing barley and malt testing for farmers and craft maltsters. Hannah has a strong devotion to the agricultural industry of Montana and believes in fortifying the farming, malting, and brewing/distilling community through outreach and education. Hannah received an M.S. in Plant Science as well as a B.S. in Environmental Horticulture from Montana State University.

Brandon Ade, Blacklands Malt

Brandon Ade is the driving force behind malting barley production in Texas. Before 2013 malt was not produced in Texas for the brewing, distilling, and baking industries. Not one to wait around for someone else to solve the imminent need for Texas malt, Brandon founded Blacklands Malt in 2012, the first independent community malthouse in Texas history.  Like many small malthouse operators across the country Brandon’s passion is to take the good sense of sustainable local food production and connect people to the land around them through unique foods and beverages. His experience with malthouse operations has now led him in to professional malting consultation as well.

Brandon spends his free time in Austin Texas with his wife Samantha, sons Hadwin and Bruce, and two fur-babies Riker and Barley. He plays acoustic guitar to wind-down and officiates weddings for very close friends.

He was trained in malting at CMBTC in Winnipeg.

Join us on Thursday, April 11, to learn more about interpreting malt analysis and making malting process changes.

When: Thursday, April 11, 2019

Time: 3:00 PM-4:00 PM EST (2:00 PM-3:00 PM CST, 1:00 PM-2:00 PM MST, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM PST) 

Cost: Free for Craft Maltsters Guild members & $20 for non-Craft Maltsters Guild members

Questions? Please contact beersleuth@earthlink.net 

Webinars take place using Zoom, a web-based platform. Access to high-speed internet is necessary to fully participate - and a headset with microphone is recommended. 

A registration confirmation email will be sent with Zoom with connection information. 

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