The Irish Brewing Industry

We love what we do and we want to help grow the Independent Craft Beer Movement in Ireland, our thought on how we can help is to put the beer first.

To put the beer first we need to help brewers make the best possible beer they can, Geterbrewed try our best to source and supply the best possible ingredients possible. We have started to distribute brewing ingredients to the majority of the breweries throughout Ireland, we now want to use the connections we have to provide technical support and further education.

Our first brewing seminar saw the following talks, I’ve attached all the slide shows for reference ;

Wild & Sour Beer Science or Art? by Robert Percival

https://www.geterbrewed.com/pdfs/WildSourBeer.pdf

Base & Speciality malts and the flavour impact by Colin Johnston

https://www.geterbrewed.com/pdfs/GeterbrewedIrelandSeminar.pdf

Process tips & tricks in Mashing & Boiling by Carl Heron

https://www.geterbrewed.com/pdfs/MashingBoiling.pdf

Yeast Flavour & the Evolution of beer Styles by Robert Percival

https://www.geterbrewed.com/pdfs/SeminarYeast.pdf

The Old & The New Getting your best from your finings by Sarah Young

If you have recommendations for what you would like us to cover in our next seminar please drop us an email at [email protected]

Thanks for the support, we genuinely appreciate it

Jonathan

Irish Brewing Seminar

Irish Brewing Seminar

This coming Thursday (19th), at the beautiful new Porterhouse Brewery, an event just for the brewers and brewery owners we love what we do and have put together a day to showcase the brands that we represent as exclusive distributors throughout Ireland

10am – Introduction from Geterbrewed

1015-1100 Base & Speciality malts and the flavour impact by Colin Johnston

1100-1145 Brewdeck Tour of Porterhouse (NEIPA being brewed on the day)

1145-1230 Yeast Flavour & the Evolution of beer Styles by Robert Percival

1230-1330 Lunch provided by Burger Republic

1330-1415 Wild & Sour Beer Science or Art? by Robert Percival

1415-1445 Process tips & tricks in Mashing & Boiling by Carl Heron

1445-1530 The Old & The New Getting the Best from your finings by Sarah Young

1530-1600 Break for beers

1600-1615 Arc Net Block Chain Technology & Labelling

1615-1630 Exporting Irish Beer by Liam Brogan

1630-1700 Social Time

The Best In The Industry will be Attending;
Crisp Malt
Lallemand Yeast
Ab Vickers

SIBA Beer X Review | Beer Festivals

From the off I’ll highlight this event is more based towards the brewing trade, but I did receive some exciting news at the event from our suppliers. The Event changed venue this year and it was in the exhibition centre in Liverpool so we popped over for the day to check it out , the SIBA regional gold medal winners progress to the finals at BeerX so some work mixed with a little beer tasting, its all good yeahhh!

SIBA BeerX 2018 liverpool

A nice spacious arena packed with stands from all the big names in the brewing industry, I caught some interesting presentations and had some exciting conversations with not only with brewers but with the brewing suppliers.

Major news to report from Crisp Malt, I had a chat with some of the top team and they are very excited about the successful distribution of Crisp Malt throughout Ireland by Geterbrewed, we discussed how many Irish breweries are reporting higher extraction rates, more consistent crush plus a better flavour from the wort. Major growth reported in this area.

Crisp Malt

Crisp Malt have installed a new bagging line and are nearing completion of a new coloured maltings, its a very exciting time to be working with these guys, they already have a large catalogue of products but this new multi million pound investment will be a game changer. The new malt bags have been released and the quick release and anti static packaging is proving to be a hit!

AB Vickers & Lallemand

Checked in with the team at AB Vickers and Lallemand and had a good brief on the new products. Protafine is a new Vegan friendly clarification product that we will be introducing to Irish Breweries immediately. Robert from Lallemand is keen to launch the homebrew sachets of the incredible freeze dried bacteria ‘Wildbrew Sourpitch’ I’ve used this recently in a blueberry kettle sour and I was really impressed, it is due for imminent release.

I enjoyed some impressive beers on the lallemand stand, an NEIPA from Northern Monk Brewery (Lalbrew New England Yeast) & a Sour from Magic Rock Brewery (Wildbrew Sourpitch). Geterbrewed distribute the full lallemand range across Ireland, contact us if you want samples of the new yeast strains.

We also picked up some new ideas and will update you soon on new innovative brewing products coming to the homebrew and microbrewery market.

Enjoy if your attending & hope the guys exhibiting have a great show

The GEB Crew