IBH Seminar Series

The International Barley Hub is pleased to announce its first series of seminars, run by leading barley scientists and industry experts. The full seminar programme is as follows:

  • Barley genetics, 14th May 2021, by Prof Robbie Waugh, IBH/Hutton. Chair: James Brosnan, IBH
  • Barley Yield Enhancement Network (YEN), 24th May 2021, by Dr Pete Berry and Sarah Kendall. Chair: Ian Bingham, SRUC
  • Barley Varieties – The Recommendation System, 22nd June 2021, by Dr Paul Gosling. Chair: George Lawrie, IBH
  • Barley quality for malting and malt quality requirements for brewing and distilling, 22nd July 2021, by Dave Griggs, Crisp Malt. Chair: Julian South, MAGB
  • Sustainable malt – a route to carbon zero, 23rd August 2021, by Dr Nigel Davies, Muntons. Chair: Julian South, MAGB
  • Barley history, Date TBC, by Joanne Russell & Luke Ramsay, IBH/Hutton. Chair: George Lawrie, IBH
  • Barley Salome Project, 22nd September 2021, Alison Milne, Crafty Maltsters. Chair: Alasdair Day, Raasay AHDB.
  • Barley agronomy, 22nd October 2021, by Ian Bingham and Steven Kildea. Chair: Fiona Burnett, SRUC
  • Barley phenotyping under stress: challenges and prospects, 22nd November 2021, by Sonia Negrao. Chair: Nadia Al-Tamimi, Hutton.

The next seminar, The Barley Salome project, by Alison Milne of Crafty Maltsters and Alasdair Day of Raasay, is scheduled to take place online on 22nd September 2021. Book your place here.

Watch our most recent seminars:

Sustainable malt – a route to carbon zero, by Nigel Davies, Muntons. Chair: Julian South, MAGB.

Barley quality for malting and malt quality requirements for brewing and distilling, by Dave Griggs, Crisp Malt. Chair: Julian South, MAGB.

Barley Varieties – The Recommendation System, by Dr Paul Gosling. Chair: George Lawrie, IBH

The Barley Yield Enhancement Network (YEN), by Dr Pete Berry and Sarah Kendall. Chaired by Ian Bingham, SRUC.