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  • MaltCon2024 Promalting Makes It All Possible!
    MaltCon2024 Promalting Makes It All Possible! The MaltCon2024 (Craft Malt Conference) has been held successfully today (22-24, February 2024) in Davis, California, USA! What a wonderful time to brings together university, agriculture, malt, and beverage professionals from across the globe in malting Read More
  • Japanese Government's Agricultural Support Boosts Malt Industry, Spurs Increased Interest in Our Products
    Japanese Government's Agricultural Support Boosts Malt Industry, Spurs Increased Interest in Our Products Yingtai company dedicated to malting equipment manufacturing, recently hosted a significant visit from a Japanese client. During the visit, both parties explored potential cooperation opportunit Read More
  • We Tested Our 5T*1 Drum Malting System for Our Australian Customer
    We Tested Our 5T*1 Drum Malting System for Our Australian CustomerWe tested our 5T*1 Drum Malting System for our Australian customer with real 5t barley in April. Everything was smoothly and now the system is ready for shipping. Our customer will receive his goods quickly to achieve his "Malt Local Read More
  • Wheat Malt
    The principle of wheat malt production is similar to that of barley malt: The protein content of wheat should be controlled below 11%, and wheat with higher protein content is used only in special cases. The wheat steeping degree should not be too high, and the wheat steeping degree should be about Read More
  • Choose good barley to produce malt
    Appearance and color: The well-harvested barley should be shiny and light yellow; the immature barley is slightly green;Smell: Good barley has the scent of fresh straw, and when it is slightly heated, it emits a barley scent; damp and moldy barley has a musty odor, and its germination ability has be Read More
  • From barley to malt
    The malting process is mainly divided into three steps: steeping, germinating, and Kilning, which is the process of making barley into brewing raw materials in order to provide the necessary natural nutrients for yeast fermentation. As the seeds germinate, the internal composition of the barley begi Read More
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