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Pennsylvania Dutch Malt The Dutch Malt is produced from well-modified, two-rowed barley in the spirit of Pennsylvania German heritage and the traditional “Münich” style of malt. Sourced from only the highest quality locally grown barley, and handcrafted using traditional floor germination techniques, this artisan malt produces a very clean, malty wort with nutty, toffee sweetness, dark amber color, [...]
Talk and Taste We are joining our friends Lost Bread Co. at WHYY on October 18th for Talk And Taste. If you have ever wondered how to make bread using malt ingredients, join us for a discussion of all things rising. Learn how Lost Bread Co. creates a loaf of bread from the baker, [...]
Deer Creek And Farm To City Come to Fishtown We have teamed up with our friends and Philadelphia farmer's market experts, Farm to City, to bring Pennsylvania Craft Malt into Philly! Every other week we will be at the North Front Street Farmers Market, 710 N. Front St. Philadelphia, PA. We will be selling [...]
Pick your own WET HOPS! We have a limited amount of wet hops available this year, and we want to extend the opportunity to harvest to our friends. Come walk the hopyard and take as much or as little as you like for FREE! Pickings are slim this season, but we will have some decent [...]
New Product: Hulless Oats You asked; we listened. You love to chew them, you love them for breakfast, you love them in pizza and bread, you love them in granola, and you definitely love those NE-IPAs brewed with them. Sometimes the oat hulls put a little damper on an otherwise delicious ingredient for certain [...]
From Philly.com Why PA's New Bloody Butcher Bourbon is so Bloody Good As Pennsylvania’s craft distilling industry matures, we’ve finally begun to see more aged whiskies emerge from their barrels with the ability to capture a genuine taste of local terroir. Bloody Butcher Bourbon, the latest issue from the New Liberty Distillery in Kensington, is one [...]
From Vista Today Craft Brewers Get Crafty on Local Malt Sources With hops coverage dominating the craft brewing scene lately, malt seems left at the bottom of the barrel. But innovations there, too, are distinguishing local brewers from the rest of the crowd. Despite malt being beer’s most common ingredient besides water, hops has floated [...]
From County Lines Magazine Celebrate Local Malt There’s a call from beer holding on line one. It’s asking for its malt back. Maybe that’s not fair. It’s not like malt has gone anywhere. It’s still a crucial ingredient—the “backbone of beer”—especially noted in beer styles such as barleywines, bocks, brown ales, Vienna lagers, dunkels [...]