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Hello All, I am going to up front, I did not do a through search. This may have been asked before. If one makes a Malt Whiskey, does it necessarily mean it is 100% malt or can it be something like 51% malt and 49% barley? Cheers, Hudson.
We recently completed our annual production run and were left with some surplus malt that we'd like to sell on. Malted barley is California grown 2 row Copeland Barley in a combination of 4x 50lb Bags and 1 Super Sack containing 653lbs. Malt is pre-ground. Prices are as follows: Malt - $0.25 per LB (853 lbs Available) 653lb in Super Sack, 200 lbs in 50 lb sacks All grain is FOB at the facility in Atwater, CA 95301 Email Indianhillwhiskey@gmail.com if interested.
Hello, we had been experimenting with a recipe on a small scale and bumped it to large for production and it did not turn out so we have an excess of grain here we are not using. I would say we have roughly 750 pounds of red wheat in a large super tote and we have 1600 pounds of malted barley, that is bagged in 50 pound sacks, which is 32 sacks. We would like to get rid of it, and would sell it off at .30 cents a pound. Serious inquiries only, for more information contact email@example.com.