Tradition, quality and innovation
For many years, the traditional and family-owned malting group Palatia Malz with its BESTMALZ brand has relied on artisanal “slow” malting combined with state-of-the-art technology. The company has implemented advanced food technology and electronically supported processes that constantly control production, quality and logistics. The malt and grain specialties are sold to a wide range of customers in Germany and abroad, both directly and through certified distributors.
Overview of BESTMALZ malt and grain products
The BESTMALZ portfolio comprises more than fifty readily available malt and grain products. In addition to basic, specialty, craft, and roasted malts, these also include organic malts, functional malt and grain varieties, and malt from the traditional barley variety Alexis. In addition, individual malt or grain varieties are produced for major customers in Germany and abroad according to their specifications. Produced by professionals for professionals in the brewing and food industries.
News from the world of cereals, malt and beer brewing
Crop Report #3: German 2023 Spring Barley
Based on the first reliable barley acreage figures (IACS data) and crop estimates supplied by the malting barley associations of the German federal states, the Germany Malting Barley Association has now compiled an up-to-date report of the current state of malting barley cultivation in Germany.
Crop Report #2: German 2023 Spring Barley
Based on seed sales and initial estimates in the state malting barley promotion associations in Germany, the Braugersten-Gemeinschaft e.V. expects a spring barley area of around 350,000 ha, which corresponds to a decline in acreage of around 4% compared to the previous year.