Recent News

HGCA/MAGB Topic Breakfast

18th February 2015, Warminster. Warminster Maltings Ltd played host to this event for farmers and other levy payers, beginning with a full English breakfast at The Weymouth Arms, and ending with a tour of the maltings.   Presentations from HGCA analysts  Brenda Mullan and Helen Plant began the formal proceedings, with a review of the

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Dr Rob Kennedy joins the Warminster Malt-Stars

  We’re delighted to introduce you to Dr Rob Kennedy who joined us at the beginning of December as Quality Manager. Rob is bringing a wealth of experience gained working in and managing beverage laboratories, including soft drinks, beer and cider and also microbiology and Phys-Chem laboratories. Rob is a trained auditor with an extensive

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Harvest Review 2014

Between 50 and 60 brewers attended this year’s Warminster Maltings Harvest Review. Bright sunlight attended most of the day, and the maltings looked resplendent for the visitors, most of which were visiting for the very first time. Chris Garratt welcomed everybody to what he hoped was becoming an established event, the first Harvest Review was

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Harvest Review, Friday 10th October 2014

This important annual event will again set out to report the barley harvest across the British Isles, including a wide range of samples for inspection. Stimulating presentations followed by tours of the maltings. VENUE 39 Pound Street, Warminster BA12 8NN PROGRAMME Coffee on arrival Introduction Harvest Report and Presentations Inspection of Samples Lunch with local

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Transport For London!

Delivering malt into London is not the easiest of undertakings, and access to some breweries/brew-pubs, for all sorts of different reasons, can sometimes add further to the challenge. We at Warminster Maltings Ltd, however, are responding directly to this with, courtesy of Musselwhite Transport, a new, more compact, delivery vehicle, “tailor made’ for the job.

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Continued Investment

When Robin Appel acquired Warminster Maltings in 2001, it was a sad and neglected building. But ever since then investment has been continuous and progressive. Our priority has always been to improve the quality and quantity of our malt, undertaking everything from cost effective refurbishment, to new installations and complete, and sympathetic, restoration. Our task

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