Allied Trade members are trade organizations, suppliers, equipment manufacturers, and other organizations who gain economic value from the Craft Maltsters Guild. Allied Trade members are also non-craft malthouses globally who support our craft malt community.
Founded in Portland, Maine, by Rob Tod, Allagash Brewing Company is dedicated to crafting the best Belgian-inspired beers in the world. Since 1995, Allagash has been a proud resident of Portland, and loves giving back to the community—and state—that has supported us along the way. Allagash currently stands as one of the Top 50 Craft Breweries in the U.S. (by sales volume) and loves to experiment in barrel-aged and spontaneously fermented beers. A portion of the proceeds from all of our beers goes back to organizations that help make our great state of Maine even better.
Founded by Johnson Bros Bakery Supply, Inc. in 2016, Brewery Direct provides quality ingredients to breweries, distilleries and craft soda manufactures, including a wide variety of malts, hops, sugars, and fruits. Headquartered in San Antonio, TX, Brewery Direct currently serves craft beverage manufactures in 20 states, including Ontario, Canada.
For more information or a location near you, please email us at [email protected].
Hand Crafted Logistics for the Craft Brewing Industry. We offer LTL and full truckload service, backed by a dedicated team for the craft industry. Whether you’re shipping inbound grain or final product to our customers, we give customers control of their shipping with a web-based platform that provides information on your total shipping universe. We’ve negotiated rates with our collective buying power and returned best in class rates that reduce our overall shipping costs.
For shipping requests or to connect with us, email us at [email protected]
Delicious beers and grain-based spirits start with customized processing of best raw materials. Bühler offers greenfield plants, as well as planning and modernization of existing malting plants. The handling and grinding of raw material in breweries and distilleries completes the Bühler – from field to glass – portfolio.
Malted grains are a high-grade raw material for the beverage industry. The processing of malt and unmalted grains requires both: superb process know-how and high-quality equipment.
Malting solutions from Bühler cover the whole production chain including intake, cleaning, conveying, steeping, germination, kilning, deculming, roasting and storage.
In brewing and distilling, Bühler is able to offer solutions from malt and grain intake, storage, conveying and cleaning right up to individual grinding of malt and other grains.
As the market and technology leader in the grain processing industry, Bühler offers for maltsters, brewers, and distillers state-of-the-art process technologies and solutions from a single source.
Email: andreas.fr[email protected]
Telephone: (763) 847-0344
IPEC Malting Systems are designed for those who demand the highest quality equipment and process control. Through a combination of time-tested and innovative methods, we empower Maltsters to grow the emerging Craft Malt industry. Manufactured in Wisconsin, USA, our systems are the result of detailed engineering, advanced technology and superior craftsmanship.
We offer standard equipment designs over a range of batch sizes, but our strength as a custom fabricator/integrator can be leveraged to manufacture a system or individual components to your exact requirements.
Intelligent Malt is a craft malting solutions company founded in Fargo, ND. Our systems are fully automated and run off of our proprietary gateway. We designed the layout and functionality of our equipment with innovation in mind. The system is vertical and takes up a smaller footprint so that our customers can utilize their buildings efficiently. Customizable recipes and processes allow our customers to make the highest quality malt for the craft brewing and distilling worlds. Our system is designed to maximize outputs by allowing customers to load the steep tank with their next batch, while a previous batch is finishing kilning. Our IMU (Intelligent Malt Unit) is designed to make up to 5 US tons of input grains. Our customers can choose their batch sizes according to the specific malts their customers want. The system is designed to let the customer choose one, two, or three IMUs per kiln.
The Kaspar Schulz Malting System is available in the sizes 2to, 5to, 10to, 25to and can be expanded up to three drums. The malting system is designed for modularity: from a semi-automatic all-in-one unit to a fully developed, high-end malting plant with additional features to accommodate the changing of the market. Our promise is flexibility and adaption of the technology to your demands and the needs of your customers at any time of the business.
Email: [email protected]
Malters Advantage Equipment is the combined result of Moore and More LLC and Bauer Sheet Metal and Fabricating Inc. joining to bring to market a line of Craft Malting Equipment that is specifically designed, engineered and built for the modern craft malting operations.
Wayne Moore, Moore and More LLC, became involved in craft malting through his partnership in a Craft Brewery. The Malters Advantage line of equipment sprouted out of his involvement with their principle malt supplier – Grouse Malting and Roasting Co. Bauer Sheet Metal and Fabricating Inc. is a multi-skilled Michigan based fabricator supplying specialty fabrications and equipment for Fruit processing, Food processing, Conveying, Marine and General Industry.
For more information, call 720-626-7458
RMS is dedicated to being the leader in the Particle Size Reduction Industry. RMS Roller-Grinder is a well-known manufacturer of Roller-Grinders, Roller Mills, Cracking Mills, Grist Mills and Grain Cleaning Systems. RMS also specializes in servicing all brands of Roller-Grinders across North America. Our goal is to bring innovation to the industry and set the standard for particle size reduction. Our exceptional service and assembly team will exceed your expectations. RMS Engineers strive to improve product quality and reduce lead time. In addition, RMS has a full support staff available to you 24/7!
For more information, call 888-283-9337
Research & Education
The Canadian Malting Barley Technical Centre (CMBTC) is an independent, not-for-profit research facility established in 2000 that serves the Canadian malting barley value chain providing technical support and market information to stakeholders including breeders, producers, seed companies, processors, exporters, maltsters and brewers.
State-of-the-Art pilot malting and brewing facilities, staffed with specialists, are used to evaluate the quality of Canadian malting barley in the malting and brewing processes, simulating commercial scale production.
The CMBTC delivers solutions to the malting barley, malt and brewing industries through a variety of activities including quality evaluation of new Canadian malting barley varieties, annual new crop quality assessment, export cargo analysis, troubleshooting and technical support for members as well as market development initiatives.
E-mail: [email protected]
Colorado State University – Fermentation Science Program and Malt Quality Testing Laboratory
Fermentation Science and Technology (FST) is a multidisciplinary program focusing on the science of fermented foods and beverages. The program was developed with food and beverage fermentation industry leaders. With the mission of a land grant university at our core, in addition to student education, we serve as a resource for the industry. Our program includes the FST Malt Quality Testing Laboratory with the capacity to perform validated malt quality methods essential for craft maltsters and brewers to maintain a consistent and high-quality product. In addition to this lab, our program houses an analytical and microbiological testing laboratory, a sensory analysis facility, and two 50L research brewhouses for the malting and brewing industries to utilize for testing, research, and education.
Lab Manager, Fermentation Science and Technology Program
Colorado State University
Email: [email protected]
The Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage is a resource for testing and education that supports small and mid-sized breweries, malthouses, farms, and other craft food and beverage producers.
The Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage (CCFB) offers laboratory testing services for beer and brewing raw materials such as barley, malt, and hops. We provide technical assistance and professional development opportunities and education. The Hartwick College CCFB is partially funded by a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission. Hartwick College was also awarded an incentive from the Empire State Development Corporation through New York State’s Consolidated Funding Application process.
Director, Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage
Established in 1962, the IFBM has become the research and training center for the barley-to-beer and wheat-to-bread sectors and more broadly for the agri-food and agri-food industries in Europe and internationally.
Téléphone : +33 (0)3 83 44 88 00
Fax : +33 (0)3 83 44 12 90
The Montana State University Barley and Malt Quality Lab supports the barley value chain from farmer-maltster-brewer/distiller-consumer via research, education, and outreach.
The state of the art lab aids the MSU Barley Breeding Program via a full range of barley testing, in house malting, and malt quality analysis. The innovative lab was established in 2016 to offer more data points earlier in the selection process allowing the release of improved barley varieties for the region.
We are committed to education and support both graduate and undergraduate students in their pursuits to expand knowledge of barley in many areas such as understanding the genetics of malt hydration, flavor and barley drought tolerance.
Consumers have become disconnected from farmers and the barley value chain. We are dedicated to bringing knowledge and connections forward via speaking at conferences and events, offering tours of our facility, hosting various educational classes, maintaining an ever-expanding educational website, and offering our testing services to the public.
Hannah Turner – Director, Barley and Malt Quality Lab
Clipper Cleaners have been in service for nearly 150 years. Specialized products for craft maltsters and distillers allows us to service this unique and growing industry. A full line of cleaners and debearders are offered to improve the quality of your product and improve your bottom line. A complete line of Ferrell-Ross Roller Mills and Mix-Mill Hammer Mills are also available for that segment of the industry. When you think of Quality think Clipper.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 800-248-8318 or 260-824-3400
Limagrain Cereal Seeds is headquartered in Colorado – centrally positioned to our research stations in North Dakota, Washington, Indiana, and Kansas, as well as more than 25 participating land grant universities across the United States. We are dedicated to developing new, improved grain varieties bred expressly for our growers’ climates, soils, and growing conditions.
Wheat is the world’s largest crop, with over 705 tons (640 million metric tonnes) produced annually. The United Nations estimates that 20 percent of all the calories consumed by the human race come from wheat. As the world population increases, mankind needs increasingly more food. At LCS, we understand that we have an important role in making this possible.
Since 2010, Limagrain Cereal Seeds has transitioned from a new player in the U.S. wheat market to the company U.S. farmers rely on for improved wheat and barley genetics. We have more than 75 distinct varieties in the marketplace – offered in 36 states and representing all major market classes of wheat and barley – and we are constantly researching, breeding, testing and releasing new varieties to meet the needs of our growers.
Email: [email protected]
The Brewers Association is an organization of brewers, for brewers and by brewers. More than 5,036 US brewery members and 46,000 members of the American Homebrewers Association are joined by members of the allied trade, beer distributors, individuals, other associate members, and the Brewers Association staff to make up the Brewers Association.
Email: [email protected]
The Illinois Craft Brewers Guild is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1997 and is dedicated to promoting the development and expansion of the craft beer industry in Illinois.
The Michigan Brewers Guild is a non-profit corporation dedicated to increasing sales of Michigan brewed beer through promotions, marketing, public awareness, and consumer education while monitoring and assuring a healthy beer industry within the state.
The National Barley Growers Association (NBGA) is a national barley advocacy organization. The association has been actively working to promote U.S. sourced barley since 1989. NBGA works closely with federal policymakers, congressional offices, and regulatory agencies to ensure the concerns and priorities of barley producers in the United States are considered and represented. We welcome producers, maltsters, and brewers to learn more at www.nationalbarley.com.
Email: [email protected]
The NCBG is a not-for-profit 501(c)6 tax-exempt organization comprised of brewers, vendors, retailers, and craft beer enthusiasts focused on promoting North Carolina beer. North Carolina boasts the largest number of craft breweries in the American South, with more than 20 brewpubs and 20 packaging breweries.