Malt – Past, Present & Future
Part of the City of Ale Festival
Open to members of the Guild and the Brewery History Society
Provisional Programme and Timings
8.45 am meet Norwich station – head to countryside by minibus
- Maris Otter mother field, a secret plot in the wilds of North Norfolk
- Crisp Maltings – traditional floor maltings and brand new speciality malting facility, the first of its kind in Britain
- 12 noon back to Norwich pub or brewery by minibus for lunch and talks
- Malt, wort and beer tasting: Colin Johnston, Crisp
- Lunch – including breads with malted ingredients
- Excavating the oldest known malthouse in Britain, dating to around AD 800 – and what it indicates about brewing practices at the time: Dr Neil Faulkner (Time Team, Timewatch)
- Developing new barley varieties: TBC
- Malt and Sustainability: TBC
- You can join the event for morning, lunch and or afternoon sessions. Tickets, regardless of whether you attend one or both sessions are £15 and include lunch at the venue in Norwich.
- 4.30 pm finish.
With limited spaces, to reserve your spot, please email email@example.com
City of Ale organisers kindly invite you to join their launch party Thursday 23 May. It will be opened by Roger Protz. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.