The variety Maris Otter was bred and developed in the 1960’s by Dr GDH Bell at the Plant Breeding Institute in Cambridge by crossing the varieties Proctor and Pioneer and has become one of the most enduring malting varieties in the history of modern barley cultivation.
Crisp Malting Maris Otter is grown under contact by selected Norfolk farmers and is recognised worldwide as the benchmark barley for the best ale malt.
The reliability of Maris Otter malt quality has allowed brewers to develop, stabilise and maintain many of the world famous English cask conditioned ale brands we know today.
This is a lighter version.
Suggested usage levels : up to 100%
|Manufacturer||Crisp Malting Group|
|Best before||Unmilled malt 12 months. Crushed malt 6 months from packing date|
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Crisp Malting Groups story started 1870 when Frederick and his brother George Smith owned a grain mill and 288 acres in Little Ryburgh. They expanded by purchasing land in East Dereham and Wells before deciding to enter into malting. They set up a Malthouse in Dereham.