Archive for the ‘Malting’ Category

The Durrington Maltsters

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

My thanks to Keith Langridge for this very interesting link to an article on ancient malting and brewing

http://rmchapple.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/the-durrington-maltsters.html?goback=.gde_3938335_member_212117454#!

There are links to further related articles if you click on the names of the people mentioned

Jeff

Shropshire Maltings, Shrewsbury open days

Saturday, March 24th, 2012

A message from Colin Bridgland-

The next open days at the Shropshire Maltings, Shrewsbury (or flaxmill, as some people insist on calling it) has been announced on their website – Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th May 2012. Attached is their flier for the event.

http://www.flaxmill-maltings.co.uk/news/open-days-may

Cheers again,
Colin

BBC Radio 4 – The Food Programme. MALT

Sunday, February 27th, 2011

My thanks to Sue Bell for sending the following:

Sunday lunchtime listening was excellent today.
“Sheila Dillon investigates the role malt plays in our drinks and diet. Malt has been around for millennia and is a natural ingredient in many but many people won’t realise how ubiquitous it is. As well as being the foundation of beer and whisky, its flavour and richness makes it a favourite for uses in bakery, breakfast cereals and confectionary as well as being an important export for the country. Sheila talks to a distiller, a baker and a brewer about malt’s remarkable properties and visits a traditional maltster to find out how malt is made.”

Robin Appell at Warminster Maltings and ‘The MeanTime Brewery’ provided star turns.

The programme is to be repeated tomorrow afternoon. Monday 28th February, 16.00hrs. Radio 4. NB – There will also be a podcast available on the BBC Radio 4 web site

ESSEX BREWERS, and the Malting and Hop Industries of the County

Sunday, October 5th, 2008

ESSEX BREWERS, and the Malting and Hop Industries of the County
Author: Ian P Peaty

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