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. 

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MILLET MALTS

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

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BUCKWHEAT

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

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SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

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.

LATEST FROM OUR BLOG

The Vienna Roasts are Here!

  Grouse Malt House is here to make sure you can make amazing gluten-free beer. So, as part of our ongoing commitment to expand our profile of delicious roasted malts, we began experimenting with and introducing to you our beautiful roasted Vienna Millet Malts. They are made in the same color ranges as our traditional

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Introducing the Dark Munich Millet

About the Malt: Our Munich malt is a fantastic way to take your base malt flavor to another level but our customers and brewing minded team members asked: what if we went a step further? Enter, Dark Munich Millet Malt. This malt is a darker kilned Munich Malt (not roasted) with an 8-10 SRM, light

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Showcase – Porter Recipe

Often, we hear from brewers who are very interested in using our ingredients but are wary of how to use an ingredient that is largely foreign to them. At Grouse, we have developed recipes that can be used as a starting point for new and existing customers. Today we want to showcase a Porter recipe, a

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