American Malting Barley Association, Inc.

 

  

Members

Regular
AB-InBev
Bell’s Brewery
Boston Beer
Briess Malt & Ingredients
Brooklyn Brewery
Brown-Forman
Cargill Malt
Craft Brew Alliance
Deschutes Brewery
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Gambrinus Company
Great Western Malting
InteGrow Malt
Malteurop North America
MillerCoors
New Belgium Brewing
New Glarus Brewing
Rahr Malting
Schell’s Brewing
Sierra Nevada Brewing
Summit Brewing

Associate
Abita Brewing
Alaskan Brewing
Allagash Brewing
Anchor Brewing
Avery Brewing
Bear Republic Brewing
Blacklands Malt
Blue Ox Malthouse
Boulevard Brewing
Cold Spring Brewing
Colorado Malting
Corsair Artisan Distillery
Deer Creek Malthouse
Farm Boy Farms
Firestone Walker Brewing
Flying Dog Brewery
Founders Brewing
Full Sail Brewing
Gold Rush Malt
Harpoon Brewery
Lagunitas Brewing
Lakefront Brewery
Left Hand Brewing
Leopold Bros Distillery
Long Trail Brewing
Lost Coast Brewery
Malterie Frontenac
Matt Brewing
Odell Brewing
Oran Station Brewing Supplies
Oskar Blues Brewery
Pilot Malt House
Rahr & Sons Brewing
Real Ale Brewing
Riverbend Malt House
Rogue Ales
Russian River Brewing
Saint Arnold Brewing
Schlafly Beer
Smuttynose Brewing
Stone Brewing
Storz Brewing
Straub Brewery
Troegs Brewing
Urban Chestnut Brewing
Valley Malt
Victory Brewing
Wachusett Brewing

 

MEMBERSHIP

Any business entity actively engaged in business as a maltster, brewer, malting brewer, distiller, or food company, is eligible for membership. AMBA has two ongoing membership categories, Regular and Associate.

REGULAR: Regular Members pay dues of $3.17 per 1,000 barrels of beer shipped (brewers) or $4.54 per 1,000 bushels of barley steeped (maltsters) or $5.31 per 1,000 bushels of malt consumed (distillers & food companies) the previous calendar year or minimum dues of $5,000. Any member paying minimum dues or more has a voting representative on the AMBA Board of Directors and Technical Committee, with input into variety development and other programs.

ASSOCIATE: For companies with volume that would generate less than the Regular Member minimum dues of $5,000 and that do not want to pay this amount to have representatives on the Board and Technical Committee, joining as an Associate Member is an option. Associate Member company personnel receive AMBA member only email communications and Gleanings newsletters on barley plantings, production, varieties, and stocks. They also have access to the member only section of the AMBA web site, which has information on malting barley varieties, research, production, and other items. Associate Members pay the same dues rate as Regular Members, with minimum dues of $500.

Associate membership provides a way for a smaller member to help AMBA meet its mission and objectives, at a reasonable cost, and with membership benefits.

For all membership categories, a company provides as many company personnel email addresses as wanted for our members only email list for AMBA communications. Members are also provided password access to our member only section of the web site.

If your company is interested in joining AMBA, please contact:
Mike Davis
President
American Malting Barley Association, Inc.
740 N. Plankinton Ave, Suite 830
Milwaukee, WI 53203
414-272-4640
mpdavis.amba@sbcglobal.net

Dues contributions to AMBA are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for income tax purposes.  However, they may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses except that portion (3-5%) not deductible because of AMBA lobbying activity.

 

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