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An open resource for all members to discuss malt systems and there availability, price and suitability to the market, traditional malting and home based micro malting. Additional discussions will be provided on malt house operations and best practices within managing the grain supply, storage, production routines and finally cleaning and packaging of finished malts for the market.

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For every job, there is a tool. When floor malting, the tool of choice is always the rake. Used with skill, this humble piece of equipment can help transform something as simple as barley into the most true taste of origination. Slow and methodical passes are constantly made to ensure each grain is treated the same. This rake is not worn out. It's seasoned. ... See MoreSee Less

For every job, there is a tool. When floor malting, the tool of choice is always the rake. Used with skill, this humble piece of equipment can help transform something as simple as barley into the most true taste of origination. Slow and methodical passes are constantly made to ensure each grain is treated the same. This rake is not worn out. Its seasoned.

Some of the most pristine farmlands in North Carolina can be found at the Biltmore. This 6-Row Barley malted by local craft Malsters comes straight from the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Appalachia and it is a beautiful thing to behold. ... See MoreSee Less

Some of the most pristine farmlands in North Carolina can be found at the Biltmore. This 6-Row Barley malted by local craft Malsters comes straight from the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Appalachia and it is a beautiful thing to behold.

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Olomouc, Czech Republic
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Olomouc, Czech Republic

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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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