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Packaging malts is a last, but critical step in sending our hard work out to local brewers and distillers. Every bag must be bone dry and every seam sewn thoroughly to ensure freshness and preserve the intention of the malt. No detail is too small for the craftsperson. ... See MoreSee Less

Packaging malts is a last, but critical step in sending our hard work out to local brewers and distillers. Every bag must be bone dry and every seam sewn thoroughly to ensure freshness and preserve the intention of the malt. No detail is too small for the craftsperson.

It is a humbling thing: how acres and acres of seed-grown wheat, rye, and barley yield treasures small enough to hold in our hands. This gigantic effort of nature, farmers, and maltsters alike is one that we endeavor to remember with every season and yield. ... See MoreSee Less

It is a humbling thing: how acres and acres of seed-grown wheat, rye, and barley yield treasures small enough to hold in our hands. This gigantic effort of nature, farmers, and maltsters alike is one that we endeavor to remember with every season and yield.

Craft Malt Cooperative posted 4 photos.

Olomouc, Czech Republic
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Olomouc, Czech Republic

Craft Malt Cooperative shared Appalachian Malting's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Today we got to relax a little and had a nice visit from Halfdan Svalheim of Norway. Halfdam is starting a malting facility in his country and came to ours to learn how we grow and malt barley. He belongs to two progressive cooperatives (Økologisk Spesialkorn and Craft Malt Cooperative) that bring local food and malt to businesses around Oslo. Expect big things to come from them. SKOL!


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