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  • The quality of malt is of utmost importance to the production of beer

    The quality of malt is of utmost importance to the production of beer The quality of malt plays a crucial role in determining the flavor, aroma, and overall quality of beer. Malt provides the fermentable sugars that yeast converts into alcohol, and also contributes to the color, body, and foam stabi 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

  • Mid-Autumn Festival

    The joyous Mid-Autumn Festival was celebrated on the fifteenth day of the eighth moon, around the time of the autumn equinox. Many referred to it simply as the "Fifteenth of the Eighth Moon". The festival is based on the legend of Chang'e, the Moon goddess in Chinese mythology.The Mid-Autumn Festiva Read More

  • Yingtai Machinery Malt Roaster in CMC 2021

    Learn how Yingtai Malt Roasters can enhance your malt offerings and strengthen your brand. Yingtai Malt Roasters were built from the ground up as a malt roaster and have proven to produce high quality specialty grains. Many breweries will purchase their grains where they can purchase their entire re Read More

  • Yingtai Craft Malting System - Always Provide More Solutions for Users

    Malt is one of the most essential ingredients used in producing craft beer, and it’s often called ‘the soul of beer’, ‘no craft malt, no craft beer’. Where the good color, aroma, and flavor of the craft beer comes from? It is malt. Although there are varieties of grains have been used for brewing, b Read More