Crisp Malting Group supply a diverse range of high quality malts that are flavoursome and versatile. The finest breweries and distilleries around the world are able to craft outstanding beers and whisky using our skilfully malted grains. Our malt supply is proudly accompanied by our award winning customer service team who look forward to hearing from you.
Our barley, cereals and other grains are selectively sourced through our dedicated grower groups that consist of the finest farms in East Anglia, Scotland and other parts of the United Kingdom. We strongly beleive that to supply the best malt to our customers; we need to source the best raw materials.
Crisp Malting Group selects the finest two-row spring barley varieties to produce premium malt for distilling. These barley varieties deliver a high level of extract and fermentability, which when combined together provides the optimum level of predicted spirit yield.
The majority of Crisp distilling malts are produced in our sites located in Scotland. The barley is malted by delicately adjusting temperatures, air supply and water levels to balance protein and cell wall modification. It is then skilfully kilned retaining the high levels of enzyme activity desired by distillers.
Our malt is full of flavour and ideal for food manufacturers. You will discover a variety of malty flavours, colours and texture.
The malt that we produce is Kosher certified by the London Beth Din Kashrut Division (KLBD) and is also certified as Halaal by the Muslim Food Board (U.K).
Organic malt is also available, as we are registered under the Soil Association organic standards.
To ensure we produce malt that is 100% suitable for food manufacturing, we insist on performing our own internal hygiene and food safety checks.
Food malt can be delivered in bulk loads and our brewing malts are perfectly suitable to use in food manufacturing.
Crop 2017 January Update By Bob King
Introduction As we enter 2017, the malting industry’s attention is beginning to focus on crop 2017, with growers finalising their spring planting intentions. Against a background of what was potentially a very large EU 2016 spring barley crop, the crop will probably only outturn sufficient malting barley to meet domestic EU demand (due to […]
Crop 2016 September Update By Bob King
Introduction: Since our last update on 15th August the mainly fine dry weather throughout the UK has allowed harvest to progress virtually uninterrupted. Spring barley harvesting in England is now virtually complete whilst in Scotland there is probably another 2 weeks of harvesting to be done reflecting the delayed planting of much of the crop. […]