Did someone say malt?
Welcome to Briess. The fact you're here means you not only enjoy brewing fine beer, but you seek the unique flavors, colors and brewing performance that only fine handcrafted specialty malts can deliver.

Since 1876, we've been supplying the brewing community with the highest quality malts in the industry. And for the past four decades we've distinguished ourselves by developing the most extensive line of specialty malts produced by any malting company in the world. We provide everything from a full line of malts to pure malt extracts, brewers flakes and filtering aids.

But don't take our word for it. Go ahead and kick the tires while you're here. Check out our story. Peruse our line of malts and grains. Ask us a question or two. Because when it comes to malts, you might say we've got, well, a certain maltitude.

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[07.06.2015] "Kilned vs Roasted: Do you really know your specialty malts?" is a presentation given by Dave Richter at the recent AHA National Homebrewers Conference. Download it today. [more]

[05.12.2015] Career opportunity. Briess is seeking candidates to fill the position of Division Manager—Brew East. Check out details and how to apply. [more]

[03.25.2015] Two infographics are now available for download. The newest, From Barley to Beer, is a colorful illustration showing malt categories, styles of malt in each category and color contributions of each category to finished beer. The second, the 2015 Typical Malt Analysis, is a two-page chart with typical analysis data and flavor descriptions of standard Briess malts. [more]

[02.10.2015] Our newest malt—Mesquite Smoked Malt—is now available! Don't let its name scare you. It's surprisingly smooth. [more]

[01.15.2015] What is Briess doing to help American craft beer continue to grow? In this press release we talk about the third, and largest, malthouse that Briess just commissioned and other plans to help assure a consistent supply of quality malt for brewers. Check it out here.

[01.05.2015] Briess transitions to 100% 2-row malts. [more]