If you’re trying to find out more about Prairie Malt products and services, browsing common questions on our FAQs page is a great place to start.

We work directly with you to ensure your order is accurate and you get the malted products you need delivered to your brewhouse or distillery floor in a timely, efficient manner. So whether you’ve got your order form filled out and ready to go or you’d like some additional insights when making your purchase decision, our sales team is at the ready, willing to provide whatever level of support you need.

Just visit our new account page to get started or contact us with any questions.

Our team is committed to providing you with the most up-to-date information about existing orders. Reach out to one of our Prairie Malt account executives or contact us for questions about your order.

For best results, store your malted grains in a dry, climate-controlled environment with temperatures in the range of 50°F to 70°F. Transfer any unused grain into a sealed, airtight container to preserve freshness and prevent contamination. You can store uncrushed grain for up to a year under these conditions.

We recommend that all product that is received as milled or crushed directly by us at Prairie Malt be used within 30 days of receipt.

Canada has earned a reputation for producing some of the world’s finest two-row barley, and for good reason. The prairie provinces typically exhibit ideal growing conditions and offer a plentitude of arable land. Excellent varietal purity is also prevalent in the region, which translates to consistent kernel size optimal for brewing. We’re proud to work with Canadian growers to source and distribute the best malted grains you can find.

Prairie Malt belongs to the growing network of Boortmalt malting brands currently spanning five continents and 27 malt houses. This collaboration allows us to deliver additional knowledge and expertise to our customers in North America as well as access to an even greater selection of unique malts from around the world.

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