Gambrinus Malting Corporation has the distinction of being the smallest malting house in North America. The company produces about 5,500 tonnes (6,200 U.S. tons) of malt each year at its malthouse.
The malthouse originally belonged to the Schlossquell Brewery of Heidelberg, Germany. In its time, the Schlossquell Brewery produced all of its own brewing malt on-site in downtown Heidelberg. In 1992, the malthouse was dismantled and shipped to Armstrong, British Columbia, Canada, where it became the key component of Gambrinus’s malting operation.
Gambrinus’s product line includes malts designed to serve the needs of the craft brewing industry. The barley sourced by Gambrinus is grown in the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta and are processed at Gambrinus’ plant in Armstrong.
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