2022 Malt Cup Winners Show Great Craft Malt Is Rooted In Intentional Agriculture

The 2022 Malt Cup winners all said the same thing when we asked them for advice for crafting the best malt in the world – start at the source. Here are this year’s winners iterating why and how making great malt is rooted in intentional agriculture. Admiral Maltings  “Admiral Maltings is thrilled to be recognized…

Member Spotlight: Rabbit Hill Malt

Despite the endless calls they get asking for veterinary services and rabbits for sale, Rabbit Hill Malt only sells malt— and some sod too. The family farm and malting company in Shiloh, New Jersey was formerly located on Rabbit Hill Road an hour and a half north. “My grandfather lived there before he had to…

2022 Craft Malt Con Recap

233 attendees from 24 United States and 18 countries attended the 2022 Craft Malt Conference over the last two weekends of February. The speakers for this educational event ranged in industry and expertise, and the Malt Cup received malt submissions from all over the globe. The Malt Academy, also known as the Canadian Malting Barley…

Malt Cup Sensory Judges Bring Enthusiasm, Skills, and a Desire to Help the Industry Grow

During the last few weeks, 114 industry professionals from 24 locations across the country, such as maltsters, brewers, distillers, researchers, and Master Cicerones®, volunteered their time to perform remote sensory analysis on entries to the 2022 Malt Cup, the only competition of its kind in the world.  Now in its fourth year, the competition enhances…