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Listen to Season 3 of the Inland Northwest Artisan Grains™ podcast where we explore the process and partnerships necessary to get grain from the ground, malted, and into your glass. 

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Listen to Grain to Glass

Listen to "Grain to Glass” on Soundcloud, BuzzSprout, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts.

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  About the Podcast  
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Welcome to the Inland Northwest Artisan Grains™ third podcast series
"Grain to Glass"

This series follows the story of artisan grains and hops as they journey from the field, through the malthouse, into the brewery, and ultimately our glasses.  Our guests include growers, maltsters, brewers and other changemakers who are utilizing artisan grains in the craft beverage industry.

Each artisan grain story starts with the unique operations of grain growers in the greater Inland Northwest that are working with their local ecosystems and communities to grow different varieties of grain to be made into craft beer. Craft brewing and distilling opens up a new market for grain growers, that adds value to their crop and works to support their local and regional beer artisans.   By supporting local maltsters and brewers, they are working to produce great tasting beer with regional terroir.

Follow along as hosts Ali Schultheis and Colette DePhelps explore the artisan grains movement and why growing for regional malthouses has grown in popularity amongst INW farmers.  

The "Grain to Glass" podcast series is produced and released by
University of Idaho Extension and sponsored by
AgWest Farm Credit.

Meet the Hosts

Season 3 of the Inland Northwest Artisan Grains Podcast is sponsored by:

AgWest Farm Credit supports agriculture and rural communities with reliable, consistent credit and financial services, today and tomorrow."

  Podcast Guest Profiles  
  Show Notes:
People, Literature,  
  and Language of  
  Artisan Grains  
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