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Craft Brewers Conference

The Craft Brewers Conference has arrived in Philadelphia this week! The land of the liberty bell and a budding?foodie culture,?Philadelphia has proven to be?the perfect place to?gather and?celebrate the craft brewing?community. Amid discussions about?quality, lecturers?on?brew house safety,?to?seminars focused on?new fermenting strategies, there are more than a?pennypott?of?events surrounding?education and collaboration. A big thanks to?the Brewers Association

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New Agriculture Strategies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas

Being in the malting industry it?s important to stay up to date in the ever-progressing world of agriculture. Being an artisan malt house we feel it?s also important to support the betterment of our environment. NSF, the National Science Foundation, in collaboration with our neighbors at Colorado State University, released fascinating information involving new agriculture

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National Beer Day the Grouse Way

National Beer Day is here and at Grouse we?re celebrating the right way: with several delicious and refreshing gluten-free beers! We are fortunate to work with such awesome companies; our partners are some of the most dedicated souls out there. So cheers to those who hold fast to old thyme brewing practices, those who explore

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Holidaily Brewing Company: Wonderful Gluten-Free Beer

?Amazing, magnificent, oh-so-tasty??? though those are truly quoted descriptions of the newly released Holidaily brews, that narrative only skims the surface of these gluten-free beauties. Holiday Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado has officially opened their doors to the public. As of February 1st, 2016 our wonderful state of Colorado now has a designated gluten-free brewery

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Beer is Agriculture

Beer is Agriculture: No Seeds No Beer. Last month I attended a grain conference in Colorado Springs. It was appropriately titled Grain School 2016 and it was a fun gathering place for all those people into all things grain. We were immersed in industry jargon and methodology and it was great. But the one topic

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The Maltstress Turns 30!

Today we?re celebrating the 30th birthday of Grouse?s Maltstress and Founder, Twila Henley Soles, with a deliciously refreshing? gluten-free beer made by our customers with grains malted and roasted right here in Wellington, Colorado. To Twila, malting is the noble art of growing seed into malt for the purpose of creating a beverage of character.

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Cheers to Gluten Free Grains in 2016!

Happy New Year! 2016 is shaping up to be an adventurous year for Grouse Malting & Roasting. Production is in full swing, and from advancing our technical approaches to expanding our product line we?re pleased to announce that our portfolio is evolving nicely. This is the year, in fact this is the month, that we

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Stochasticity Project Grainiac

Multigrain beers are seldom seen in the brewing world. Until now. Stone Brewing Co. has released the first of its kind: Stochasticity Project Grainiac is a seven grain dark amber beauty. Full bodied and incredibly smooth, this beer showcases the best of Grouse Malting and Roasting.? Enhanced by our artisan millet and buckwheat, this brew

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High Hops Gluten-free Gose

High Hops Brewery?released a Gose on Nov. 5th brewed with Grouse malts! Their Gose, dubbed The Pink One, is bright, fresh, sweet and full-bodied. It was enhanced with an addition of raspberry and lemon verbena during secondary fermentation, making the fruity side of the palate an excellent complement to the tart lactic notes and light

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Gold for Ghostfish!

Last week at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF), our customer Ghostfish Brewing Company (Seattle, WA) won the gold metal in the gluten-free beer category with their Watchstander Stout. This beer showcases the best of Grouse Malting & Roasting with malt forward and roasted characteristics only achievable by using…you guessed it, high-quality gluten-free malt! This

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