Minch malt is 100% Irish Origin certified with traceability
back to a specific field. Minch have 600 growers that grow barley in areas from
Laois, Waterford, Wexford, Wicklow, Carlow, Offaly and Kilkenny and the company
has been in operation since 1847. All Minch malt is malted in Ireland at the
Local Athy plant in Kildare.
Minch Malt have recently allocated their smaller Robert Boby Malting
produce an ale malt specifically designed to appeal to the craft brewer.
The malting regime is unique and not used for any of our
other customers giving a higher colour (4-6 EBC), more flavour with
lower moisture due to the extended time and temperature of the kilning
process. This malt will be stored in a designated silo throughout the
year, and only sold to homebrewers and craft brewers.
This malt has already been tried and tested by a number of craft brewers
and the feedback has been very positive.
100% Sebastian variety, Ale Malt Crop, it was grown in
the south of County Laois. This malt is suitable as a
base for all ales, porter, stouts and blond beers. Usage 100%.