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Gluten Free Maltsters and Distributors

Dedicated Gluten Free

Region Name Category Notes
🇺🇸 🇨🇦 Gluten Free Home Brewing Retailer Main retail site for North America. Distributes Eckert and Grouse malts, enzymes, in addition to other ingredients and supplies.
🇦🇺 🇳🇿 TwøBays Brewing Co. Distributor, Brewery Distributes Eckert and Grouse malts in Australia and New Zealand
🇦🇺 ALT-Malt Alternate Grain Maltings Maltster Australia-based small batch gluten free malts
🇬🇧 Alt Grain Co. Maltster Millet malt production and sales in the UK
🇺🇸 Grouse Malt House Maltster Colorado-based dedicated gluten free maltster. Malted millet, buckwheat, corn. Wholesale. Retail sales through distributors.
🇺🇸 Eckert Malting Maltster California-based dedicated gluten free maltster. Malted rice. Wholesale. Retail sales through distributors.
🇦🇷 Maltería Ovunque Maltster Argentina-based gluten free maltster. Malted millet, buckwheat, quinoa, corn, sorghum. Sells directly to homebrewers and breweries.

Other

  • Colorado Malting Company (CMC) - Malts red and white proso-millet, buckwheat, and sunflower seeds.
    • CMC is not a dedicated gluten free facility, and because they grow and malt barley, there is some risk of cross contamination at the malt house itself (though mitigated by having an "isolated" facility for the gluten free malts).
    • Retail sales for CMC are handled by Boulder Fermentation Supply. There is a higher risk of cross contamination at this facility that repackages gluten free malts for homebrewers alongside their gluten-containing products, and Zero Tolerance members have found barley grains in their gluten free CMC grain orders in the past.[1]
  • Sugar Creek Malt Co in Indiana (US) lists a small number of limited release malts including corn, rice, buckwheat, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and acorns. They are primarily maltsters of barley, wheat and rye, and make no claims around gluten free products or handling. The likelihood of cross contamination for the gluten free grains is high.

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At time of writing there are a limited number of recurring podcasts devoted to gluten-free brewing. There are, however, many podcast episodes featuring gluten-free homebrewers and commercial gluten-free breweries. Additionally there are more general brewing podcasts that cover topics of interest to gluten-free homebrewers.

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