The hazy category continues to evolve and grow as craft brewers from all sized breweries put their own spin on the craze for haze. Grant Lawrence and Tyler Schoales talk with different craft breweries every day as part of their jobs with the Country Malt Group and they’ve collected some interesting trends of how breweries are tackling brewing hazy styles. They will go through what they’ve learned from looking under the hood with your fellow brewers and also dive into the impact of malted, unmalted, and flaked grains have on the production of hazy IPAs. Click here for the PDF of the presentation.
TERRITORY MANAGER, COUNTRY MALT GROUP
GWM SALES MANAGER, COUNTRY MALT GROUP
NanoCon Online 2021
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