ROOT SHOOT MALTING IN THE NEWS
Olander Farms is an integral part of our history here at Root Shoot Malting. Todd is a 5th generation farmer, and alongside his dad, Steve, their intentions to build a malthouse have always been to save the family farm and secure our agricultural roots in Loveland. Read the full article.
All 21 malts were evaluated blindly by the judges, but only those that demonstrated good malt quality were eligible to pass into the final rounds of the sensory competition, thus ensuring the winning malts would exemplify excellent flavor and functionality. Read the full article.
Colorado Corn Growers Association (CCGA) announces Olander Farms/Root Shoot Malting from Loveland, Colorado as the winner of the Colorado Corn Growers Association's Farm Stewardship Award. Read the full article.
With roughly 50 craft maltsters operating around the country, amateur and professional brewers are paying more attention to factors like provenance, freshness, and creativity. Read the full article.
radcraft: RadCraft Partners Bring Home Six 2018 World Beer Cup Awards; Malt Barley For Winning Beers, may 9, 2018
In this years winner’s circle was Intrepid Sojourner Beer Project’s Hickory Peach Wee Heavy that was brewed with Palisade peaches and Odyssey Pilsner malt from Root Shoot Malting in Loveland, Colorado. It won a silver medal in Category 19: Experimental Beer that had 130 entries. Read the full article.
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.
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.