Man Raking the Malt at the Riverbend Malt House

Man Raking the Malt at the Riverbend Malt House

Riverbend Malt House Releases New Cumberland Corn Malt

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Riverbend Malt House has announced the immediate availability of its new non-GMO Cumberland Corn Malt. Sourced from grain grown on local, family-owned farms, Cumberland is malted from food-grade dent corn and delivers superior flavor when compared to traditional flaked material.

“As summer heats up a number of our customers are brewing lighter beers such as Mexican lagers, cream ales and pre-Prohibition lagers,” noted Brent Manning, co-founder and head of product development for Riverbend. “Our Cumberland corn malt gives those beers a richer, sweeter flavor without the need for a cereal mash.”

“We use Riverbend’s Cumberland Corn Malt in Cerveza, our new Mexican Lager,” remarked Cris Ellenbecker, brewmaster for Yee-Haw Brewing in Johnson City, Tennessee. “It performed well in the brewhouse, and we love sourcing from local farmers.”

Riverbend’s Cumberland Corn Malt is in stock and available for immediate delivery in 50 pound sacks or 2,000 pounds super sacks. Orders of 2,000 pounds or less which are received by noon Monday-Thursday ship same-day.

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