March 1-2, 2019 Highlights This year's event was another great success filled with education, networking and food and beverages made with local grain & malt. The weekend kicked off Friday night at New Liberty Distillery with an informal networking soiree for those traveling from out of town. Specialty cocktails flowed and Lost Bread Co. [...]
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One of Philly’s Hottest New Restaurants Taps into PA’s First Malthouse Since Prohibition Written by REGAN STEPHENS February 20, 2019 Samantha Kincaid, co-owner and pastry chef at Cadence. Kincaid, along with partners Jon Nodler and Michael Fry, are getting noticed for the bold dishes they’re making with local and seasonal ingredients. Right now on [...]
Hazy IPA New Trail Brewing Company of Williamsport has been making beer for less than a year, but they are distributing all over Pennsylvania. Quickly generated a following with a string of IPA can releases that seem to come every week with increasing frequency, 'Snow Tire' is a hazy IPA made with 100% PA Craft Malt. [...]
Winners Announced! The Farm Show Complex & Expo Center’s Main Hall was host to dozens of breweries across the state for the first-ever beer competition awards this month. A variety of breweries, from established brands to new local pubs, earned awards, with Troegs Independent Brewing of Hershey winning Best of Show for its 'LaGrave Triple Golden [...]
Farmer Profile: Matt King Matt King, owner of Pleasant View Farm in Chester County, had never planted small grains on his land before—but when Deer Creek Malthouse approached him with the idea of growing malting barley, he was eager to give it a shot. “It was something fresh and new and exciting,” Matt explains. [...]
Deer Creek Merchandise Show your PA Craft Malt pride with Deer Creek Malthouse merchandise, now available through our online store! Whether you are trying to stay warm, keep the sun out of your eyes, or simply looking to replace that crusty old t-shirt in your drawer, we’ve got a few “farmer-chic” items for your [...]
We are thankful for YOU! Most stories of Thanksgiving history begin with the harvest celebration of the pilgrims and the Native Americans that took place in the autumn of 1621. A three-day feast in celebration of a good harvest. This was simply a gathering among locals to express gratitude for what the land provided, [...]
Millstone Rye Whiskey Three hundred years ago the Brandywine Valley was known as the "breadbasket of the colonies". The region provided quality goods, fresh food, and delicious whiskey to the surrounding areas, all powered by innumerable mills. Farmers produced high quality grain, and maltsters & millers added value by processing the grain for supply [...]
Malting Barley in Pennsylvania Although malting barley production and malt houses were common in colonial Pennsylvania, large adjunct beer drove malting barley from the East Coast farther west. Feed barley production has continued to the present, however malting barley is predominantly grown in the western United States, Canada, and Europe. Since 2012, we have [...]
Keystone Pale Keystone Pale is the result of more than 4 years of learning, growing, and carefully listening to feedback from the many craft food and beverage artisans who have tried our traditional floor-malted ingredients. Determined not to sacrifice quality and flavor for less labor intensive (and less costly) production methods, but eager to better [...]