Grouse Malt House

Gluten-Free Malt Crafted With Ancient Grains

Our philosophy

All people deserve access to high quality food and beverage regardless of any allergy or intolerance. 



A naturally gluten-free ancient grain, our millet malts are our most popular products, with many different options to choose from.



Our smooth buckwheat malts can be a good alternative to millet when looking to add body and head retention to your beer.



We offer a color range of roasted products from 10-350 SRM and flavor from light toast to rich chocolate.

dedicated gluten-free

We promise uncompromising integrity through a network of tenacious individuals who share a vision of collaboration, transparency, and dedication to deliver artisan products that everyone is free to enjoy fully.

Today, we are humbled yet proud to share that we are the leading company to exclusively produce gluten free specialty malts for the brewing industry.


Malt Sensory: The Hot Steep Method

Quality is at the core of Grouse Malt House’s mission, and we believe that every step in the malting process contributes to delivering an exceptional product to our customers. In 2016, we adopted the Hot Steep Method, a revolutionary sensory technique authorized by the ASBC (American Society of Brewing Chemists), to ensure that our malts

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Amber Ale Recipe

American Amber Recipe  The American Amber Ale is a craft beer staple that balances caramel malty flavors with moderate hoppy aromas. The American Amber Ale style originated in CA & The Pacific Northwest in the early 1980s and is a favorite here at Grouse Malt House.   The Grouse quality team has crafted this recipe to

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10 Years of Grouse

In the world of entrepreneurship, they say necessity is the mother of invention. This adage, however cheesy, certainly rings true for me as I reflect on the past 10 years of building Grouse Malt House. Arriving at this important milestone for Grouse has brought a tangle of emotions; gratitude, grief, pride, excitement.   Trying to sit

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