Cargill Malt Brands
Introducing our global portfolio of brands
From all corners of the world, we bring you the malts that will make a difference in your brewhouse performance and your consumers’ satisfaction. Our in–house brands are Cargill and Prairie Malt™. Whether you are looking for the finest Canadian barley from our Prairie Malt brand or our wide range of specialty malts, each brand offers you and your beer a unique story and specialized characteristics to make your next beer truly unique! Read more below for information about each brand.
Cargill® Malt has been the trusted partner of the brewing industry as well as food and beverage companies worldwide. Cargill entered the malt business in Europe in 1979 and has continued to build on this heritage by supporting customers’ growth with global insights and local relevance.
Good, honest malt
Our Cargill® Malt brand stands for high quality malt that delivers consistent brewhouse performance, batch after batch.
Now you taste it, now you don’t
Leveraging Cargill’s comprehensive capabilities in sensory science and technology, we work closely with you to achieve the right ingredient blend and flavor profile for your products.
Supply assurance and peace of mind
We are committed to world-class production and strengthening our network of global sourcing and production. Let us worry about the malt, so you can focus on brewing the best beers.
Our Prairie Malt™ brand stands for world-class malt made from the finest Canadian barley and wheat. Our malthouse is located in Biggar, Saskatchewan, at the heart of Canada’s prime barley growing region, and exclusively supplies the Prairie Malt brand to customers around the world. Cold winters and temperate summers yield barley which produces both high enzyme and extract malts suited for your various brewing needs.
Committed to helping you brew your best beer, we work closely with farmers to grow and select the highest quality barley and wheat for malting.
Our malting facility in Biggar has been a major contributor to the growth and sustainability of the local community for over 35 years. We welcome customers to experience our natural and abundant barley fields, meet our many barley growers, and feel the hospitality of our experienced team.
Joe White Maltings™ (not distributed in North America)
Highest-quality Australian malts for your next signature beer
Creating the highest-quality malt begins with high-quality malting barley. We judiciously select sun-ripened Australian barley to malt and roast, bringing you a full range of colored and specialty malts to help you create distinctive, creative craft beer.
100% prime Australian barley
High quality malt begins with high quality barley, and we use 100% prime Australian malting barley, grown by some of the world’s most efficient barley farmers. We judiciously select sun ripened barley to optimize malting and roasting capabilities.
Joe White Maltings’ full spectrum of unique malts
Our malts are made to help you consistently deliver the high-quality flavor your customers expect from your beer…every time.
North American partner brands
Our distinctive malt partners
Dingeman’s malting houses are located in the middle of the barley-growing regions of France, Holland, England and Germany. In their kiln they make pilsen, ale, munich, amber and aroma malt. In their roasting facility they caramelize barley and also roast wheat.
With a production capacity of 5,000 tonnes, Gambrinus is able to meet the specific needs of regional microbrewers with organic and specialty malts.
Since 1852 the name Meussdoerffer has exemplified products of excellent quality made in accordance with the strict traditional rules of the Bavarian purity law. Now owned by Ireks, the tradition continues. Malt varieties include Pilsen, Munich and colored malts.
Pauls Malt started life in the first half of the 19th century, on the east coast of England, where its headquarters still reside today. Pauls offers 2-row caramel, colored malts, roasted malts, and black malt.
One of only a few remaining floor maltings in England and Wales. Warminster offers a variety of malts from organic to roasted variety to Maris Otter.
Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.