ROOT SHOOT MALTING IN THE NEWS


denver business journal: If your beer is local, these days more of its ingredients are local, too, oct 5, 2017

Though the craft-brewing boom began in the 1980s, the local-beer movement had a significant asterisk for most of its first 30 years: Rarely were the ingredients used by your neighborhood brewer something that came from anyplace nearby. Read the full article.

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STATION 26: CRAFT MALT, FOR CRAFT BEER - ROOT SHOOT MALTING, JUNE 9, 2017

From soil to suds, a good craft beer tells a comprehensive story, and the critical base ingredient often gets ignored in that story. We at Station 26 and Root Shoot are bringing the malt back front and center. Read the full article. 

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Heart Profile: Root Shoot Malting – CO Craft Malt, march 20, 2017

Root Shoot is located on 1,500 acres of irrigated land in beautiful Loveland, Colorado. They are a family farm that harvests alfalfa, wheat, corn and barley. Read the full article.

 

Coloradoan, October 14, 2016

The Olander farm has been in the family since 1926. For a time, the 1,500-acre Loveland property grew barley for Coors and Anheuser-Busch breweries. Read the full article.

 

Loveland Reporter-Herald, September 29, 2016

If the Midwest is the breadbasket of the nation, then a new grain-malting business near Loveland is helping make the Northern Front Range the beer barrel of Colorado. Read the full article.

 

BREWERY WEEk, September 26, 2016

The father-son team of Steve and Todd Olander are moving from growing barley for the big breweries to the craft sector with a top-of-the-line, German-made malthouse readying for takeoff. Read the full article.


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