Malt

Malt can be defined as a cereal grain that has been germinated and subsequently dried through the process of ‘malting’.  Barley is the most common cereal grain used to produce malt however other grains such as wheat and oats can be used.

Today the main use for malt is in brewing and distilling for which it is the main ingredient.  Other uses are found in the food industry.

The highest quality Barley becomes the highest quality Malt

We specialise in the production and delivery of fine malts in large quantities to supply the specific demands of breweries, distilleries and food producers around the World.


Key figures

  • Subsidiary of Axereal, the largest French grain cooperative
  • 5th largest producer of Malt in the World and the 2nd in Europe
  • Annual sales of 1.1 million tonnes
  • 10 production facilities throughout Europe with 385 employees
  • Responsibility - Member of SAI
  • GMS - consultancy specialising in supply chain and infrastructure projects particularly in developing markets
  • Globally respected Malting Course