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Briess Malting Company president Roger C. Briess holds a Century Club plaque presented by Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson during a special awards banquet held in Madison, WI. Also present at the award banquet were Wisconsin 3rd Assembly District Representative Al Ott and Briess general manager Carl Siebert. The Governor's Century Club Awards are intended to recognize Wisconsin business celebrating 100 years of operation. Briess Malting was one of 34 companies receiving the award this year. The Briess Malting Co. traces its roots to November 1900, when a group of Chilton, WI, businesspeople founded the Chilton Malting Company. Chilton established links with the American Briess Corp., a malting and grain trading company, in the 1950s. In 1978, Chilton Malting Co. became an operating division of Briess Industries.
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Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 13, 2000
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