Does your agent here in Viet Nam (Trade Service Company Hanoi)supply homebrewers?
||Howe Group Pty Ltd.
||Somerton, 3062, Vic, Australia
Thank you for your kind email, I will contact our eager customers in the morning and I am sure they will be very pleased. Howe Group Pty Ltd is pleased and honored to act as your agents, and we look forward to working with you each step of the way.
Personally, Sam and I are very happy to have become part of the
Weyermann family. We are very keen to start things.
||97202 Portland, Oregon, USA
|My name is Dale Weyermann. I am second generation American. Do you have any Weyermann brand logo products for my wall? Bags, labels, etc. I will pay shipping. If I plan a visit to Germany, and visit the Weyermann Malt facility, is there a tour I could go on? I worked at the hop research lab at Oregon State University as a student, and am now a homebrwer. I see that beer is in the Weyermenn DNA... Thank you - dale weyermann
Answer: Hello Dale,
Great to hear that there are even Weyermanns on the West cost being involved in the beer business! As far as I know none of my family members immigrated to the US. I just did the whole family research things going back as far as 1560.
Do you have any information where your family emigrated from, maybe the name of the town?
We will send you same gadgets from Bamberg and from Weyermann.
Keep on brewing great beers with the "family" ingredients!
Whenever you are coming to Bamberg, please let us know! The Weyermann doors are always open to welcome brewers!
||Springfield Brewing Company
|Weyermann at Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America(R), Austin, Texas - April 2007 -
Hello Thomas and Sabine! We have never formally met, but I have seen the two of you since you first began attending the Craft Brewers Conference and have been happily using several of your malts for the last 8 or 9 years. It is really nice to see such an enthusiastic company from Germany participating in the US craft brewing movement. In addition to having a really excellent selection of malts your company has wonderful marketing! The e-mail you sent me is a really nice way of sending a copy of Thomas’ presentation. I enjoyed reading how Weyermann malt first found its way into the US beer market.
While attending graduate school in Davis, California I worked for the Sudwerk brewery. One of the students in the Master Brewers Program named Adam Haughey who also spent some time at Sudwerk went to work at the brewery in Fredericksburg. I wonder if Adam was there when you visited back in 1994.
|I am sorry that we missed you in Bamberg. The Weyermann crew was most hospitable and the logistics center was very impressive. I have started construction on my own brewery/beerhall on Clevelands west side. We have framed all the Weyermann prints as well as coasters of Franconian/Geramny brewers. Another idea is to incorporate the WM burlap grain sack in the main dining hall to help with the cosmetics and acoustics. Would it be possible to showcase more Weyermann logos and displays. I was hoping Thomas and yourself could visit sometime in the near future. Plans are slated for a November opening if things keep on schedule. Hope all is well with you and I hope to hear from you soon.
One dedicated Weyermann customer/friend,
Director of Operations
Answer: Weyermann – we make malt – but just for our friends!