Wine Creations in Grand Rapids is going to offer bulk pricing on malted barley (not malt extract). To achieve these prices, Wine Creations is planning to put together bulk orders, ordering malt by the pallet, which is about 44 bags. The prices listed here are for base malts. Full bags of adjunct grains can also be ordered in bulk. You can find the full list of available malts at LD Carlson’s Storefront Commerce Site. This list includes 26 malts from Muntons, 4 from Gambrinus, 21 from Dingemans, 106 from Briess, 66 from The Swaen, 6 from Meussdoerffler and 24 from Avangaard. USA malts come in 50 lb bags, European malts come in 55 lb bags (25 kilos).
Wouldn’t you like to see what 2,400 lbs of malt looks like on a pallet?
To ask questions or place an order, please call Karen at Wine Creations, (218) 326-9490.
Celebrate National Homebrew Day With Us on May 7th
The Boreal Brewers will be celebrating National Homebrew Day at Zorbaz on Pokegama Lake. We’ll be brewing out front by the main entrance, and will provide tastings of homebrew on the deck lakeside. Wade and his crew will have craft beers on tap, plus great food, as always, available from the Zorbaz menu.
Come on out and brew with us, learn about brewing beer, or just hang out and watch and talk beer! No politics here! Small samples of a variety of homebrews will be available. Remember, a tasting is not a swilling, so savor the flavor.
Don’t Miss the Simultaneous Toast noon CDT on May 7, 2016!
(In 1988, May 7 was announced before Congress as National Homebrew Day. The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) created AHA Big Brew as an annual event to celebrate National Homebrew Day around the world. AHA Big Brew is held each year on the first Saturday in May.)
One of the features of our club meetings is that a lot of people bring beer. Everybody wants to share what they brought, and talk about the beers they brewed. A lot of different discussions ensue, there are too many individual beers to try, and some beers don’t really get showcased as they should. This of course, leads to palate fatigue. Let’s try something new.
DON’T bring beer. Steve and Bud will bring beer for the March 23rd meeting. We’ll have a selection of big beers, wild beers and sours. Baltic Porter, aged Barleywine, Doppelbock, and others. You’ll get your chance to volunteer to bring beers to a future meeting.
Bring snacks if you have time to prepare them between work and the meeting, don’t worry if you don’t. The point is to be there, and enjoy the sharing, even if you can’t bring anything.