Inland Northwest Artisan Grains Podcast: Unpacking the Grain Shed

Inland Northwest Artisan Grains Podcast: Unpacking the Grain Shed

The Inland Northwest Artisan Grains Podcast chronicles the emergence of landrace, heritage, and other unique grains in the local food landscape. Join us as we talk to farmers, millers, bakers, and brewers about their journey into the world of artisan grains. This podcast is hosted by Ali Schultheis, podcast coordinator with University of Idaho Extension, and Colette DePhelps, Area Extension Educator in University of Idaho Extension's Northern District.The views and opinions expressed in the Inland Northwest Artisan Grains podcast series are those of the podcast guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of University of Idaho Extension.

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December 13, 2023 34 mins

On this final episode of the Grain to Glass season, we are joined by Sam Martinet, Executive Director of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center. Join us as she describes how the structure of these organizations supports a culture of collaboration between small businesses and celebrates Moscow's agricultural products.

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Join us for the 10th episode of Grain to Glass featuring Diane Gooding from Gooding Farms in Parma, ID. Through our conversation with Diane, we explore the role of hops in the craft beverage industry and how hops get from the field into your glass.

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Episode 9 of Grain to Glass features Jeff "Wink" Winkelman and Ryan Mulberry from Idaho Farmhouse Ales in Shelley, Idaho. Join us as we learn about their vertically integrated brew operation – grains grown and malted on farm then crafted into traditional farmhouse-style ales sold at a variety of restaurants and taphouses in nearby Idaho Falls.

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On this episode of the Inland Northwest Artisan Grains podcast, we are joined by Lisa Wagner, homebrewer and most recent winner of Joseph's Grainery's Baroness Barley Harvest Day homebrew competition. Listen along as she chronicles her journey from early homebrew days to solo homebrew competitor and learn where you can try her winning brew this spring.

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In episode 7 of Grain to Glass, we are joined by Aaron Hart and Ben Price from Moscow Brewing Company in Moscow, ID. Since purchasing Moscow Brewing Company is 2017, Aaron and Ben have been active members of the Moscow community, brewing special beers for local events and attending weekly gatherings, such as the Tuesday Farmers Market.

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Join us for the 6th episode of Grain to Glass, where we speak with Eric Hake and Chris Jones from Micropolis Brewing in Moscow, ID. Functioning as a tenant brewer within Moscow Brewing Company's space, Eric and Chris have made a name for themselves brewing and selling delicious brews wholesale to other local businesses in Moscow.

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On this episode of Grain to Glass, we are joined by Luke and Emily Black from Lone Mountain Farms and Brewery. Together, they made their farming dream a reality by evolving their business until it could provide them a good quality of life. Now, their farm and brewery in Athol, ID is one of the only estate breweries in the United States, featuring brews made with old and unique grains.


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On this episode of Grain to Glass, we are joined by Don Scheuerman, co-founder of Palouse Heritage and Palouse Colony Farm, and Amber Hauvermale, seed physiologist at Washington State University. Together they are working to identify grain varieties that grow well in the Inland Northwest and lead to delicious baked goods and brews.




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This episode of Grain to Glass features Brian Estes from LINC Malt in Spokane, WA. LINC Malt is part of LINC Foods, a worker and farmer owned food hub, malting grain grown by Inland NW farmers, bringing new flavors to beer and spirits. Join us as we explore the world of craft malt with Brian!


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On the second episode of Grain to Glass, we are joined by Brian Muegge, certification specialist for Salmon Safe. Listen along to learn about the deep connection between our regional watershed, grain growing practices, and delicious brews.

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On this first episode of Grain to Glass, we talk with Stefan Yauchzee, owner of Pour Company in Moscow, ID. Pour Company is passionate about bringing interesting and local beers onto the Moscow beer scene. Stefan also organizes the Artisan Grains Beer Fest, which features beers from local and regional breweries that are made with local ingredients.


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June 14, 2023 2 mins

On this season of the Inland Northwest Artisan Grains podcast, we are following artisan grains and hops from the field, through the malthouse and into breweries across the region. Along the way, we are excited to be talking with growers, maltsters and brewers who are breaking new ground from grain to glass.



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Welcome to the series finale of Field to Flour!  For this episode, we are following up with Brett Stevenson from Hillside Grain in Bellevue, ID and talking about her business growth since we last talked to her in January 2022.  We are joined by Tanner Van Slyke, head baker for Hillside Bread, as we talk about on-farm vertical integration and demystifying baking with fresh-milled, high-extraction flour.

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This episode of Field to Flour features Patrick Slater from Crow Bench Farm in Orofino, ID. Patrick and his wife Jan raised grass-fed beef for 7 years before transitioning over to baking sourdough loaves for local farmers markets. In order to sell his bread at the Moscow Farmers Market, Patrick began searching for identity-preserved flours when he discovered the high quality flour products of Shepherd's Grain, base...

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On this episode of "Field to Flour," we are joined by Jeremy Bunch, CEO of Shepherd's Grain in Spokane Washington, and Eric Odberg who grows for Shepherd's Grain at Odberg Farms Inc. in Genesee, Idaho. Listen along as we discuss the values that unite Shepherd's Grain's founders and growers and the advantages of growing for a local and regional flour company.

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On this episode of Field to Flour, we sit down with Jill Severson, owner and baker at Bluebird Bakery in Sandpoint, ID. We talk about the resiliency of small businesses, challenges in distribution, and how to keep staff happy.

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On this episode of Field to Flour, we chat with Kit Schumann from Sea Wolf Bakers in Seattle, WA about his journey into bakery ownership, why consistent flour is important, and how others can start experimenting with local flour.

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On this episode of Field to Flour, we talk with Kevin Morse, CEO and co-founder of Cairnspring Mills in Skagit Valley, WA. Join us as we discuss the intricacies involved with building a regional mill and the power of community.

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On this episode of "Field to Flour" we are joined by Joni Kindwall-Moore from Snacktivist Foods in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. This conversation is centered around Snacktivist's mission to increase the biodiversity of our agricultural lands, diversify people's diets, and the challenges and opportunities associated with building artisan grain supply chains for alternative grain crops.

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On this episode of Field to Flour we talk with Angela Kora, owner and bakery manager at Ethos Bakery and Café in Tri-Cities, WA. Join us as Angela chronicles the evolution of Ethos as it is today and how change makers are paving the way for the development of local and regional grain economies.

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