Carey Institute for Global Good Hosts Roundtable Discussion on Expanding Small Grains Market
RENSSELAERVILLE – The market for small grains is expanding—what are the hurdles and opportunities — for production of these grains in the hill towns. Local brewers and distillers will meet for farm-to-glass collaboration in the Capital Region during this roundtable discussion organized by the Carey Center’s Farm Brewing Project.
“This will be a great discussion for anyone who is interested in producing small grains or those who own or operate a craft brewery growing their own grains,” said Carol Ash, President of the Carey Center for Global Good. “This discussion is funded in part with a grant from the Hudson River Valley Greenway. Anyone interested in learning more about small grains from the Albany County hill towns and nearby communities is welcome to attend.”
WHO: Carey Center for Global Good
WHAT: The discussion will include:
- A snapshot of the Capital Region’s craft beverage market.
- An update on Carey Center Farm Brewing Project.
- Two local farmers who will report on barley field trials.
- Mark Sorrells of Cornell’s Plant Division on seed varieties and risk of disease.
- Two local entrepreneurs on small grains processing in the Capital Region.
WHEN: Monday, August 12 at 6:45pm
WHERE: Carey Center for Global Good, 63 Huyck Road, Rensselaerville, NY 12147
For more information call Rebecca Platel at 518.797.5100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org