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
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
Awaiting Buckwheat Harvest
While harvest is in full swing in the Rocky Mountain Plains region for grasses such as wheat and barley, Grouse is anxiously awaiting the soon to commence buckwheat harvest! Check out our farmer’s organic buckwheat fields in full bloom! We can almost taste the amazing Buck Wild Amber Ale made with love & buckwheat by
Nine26 Brewing Company
This week we had the pleasure of meeting with Nine26 Brewing Company’s founder and trying out some delicious gluten-free brews made with Grouse’s malted millet, buckwheat, and specialty roasts! Nine26 is a dedicated gluten-free brewery opening in Golden Colorado this fall. We’ve been working with these fine folks for the past few months on R&D
Expanded Product Portfolio
We’ve recently added several new items to our?product offerings! New additions to Grouse’s?millet malt and roast line-up include?Cara Millet Malt, Vienna Millet Malt, American Roasted Millet, French Roasted Millet, and more! Check out our products page for more information!
Grouse Malting Featured in Company Week!
Last week our growing business?was?featured in Colorado’s Company Week! View the article here?and learn more about Grouse’s story. There was a mis-quote in the article:??Twila searched “gluten-free malt” and found nothing. There were ?certainly many hits on gluten-free grains even in 2009. We believe all people?deserve access to high-quality food & beverages regardless of an
Craft Maltsters Guild & Gluten-Free Beer at the CBC
Last week, over 11,000 craft brewers, beer advocates, equipment suppliers, and craft maltsters traveled to Portland, OR to attend the Craft Brewers Conference. The week was jammed packed with events, including the ones Grouse Malting attended: a tour of Rouge’s Farm, a trip to Corvallis to check out grain test plots, the BA’s Trade Show,
Grouse’s Debut in Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine
The latest edition of Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine focused on?the topic “Great Taste Without Gluten” and featured Grouse Malting & Roasting Co. and our products! The article describes our certified gluten-free facility, outlines using gluten-free malts, and calls the future for alternative grains in brewing bright. When describing the brews crafted with millet &
There are many reasons we?re a fan of buckwheat. No, we?re not referring to one of the famous little rascals, but rather the plant that produces naturally gluten-free triangular shaped grain-like seeds. Unlike the name implies, it is not a relative to wheat. In fact, it is more closely related to spinach than to wheat.
A Case for Gluten Sensitivity
A recent study concerning the issue of nonceliac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) published in the US National Library of Medicine and PubMed has caught our eye, and we?re excited to share it with you! This study was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 59 adults without celiac disease or wheat allergy who self-diagnosed gluten as the