DEVELOPED WITH YOU. MALTED FOR YOU. DIRECT TO YOU.
Proximity Malt is a different kind of malt company, chiefly, we commit to providing our customers with quality service and reliability. Proximity will establish, maintain, and sustain access to local grains for quality malt processing. This is done at a scale that provides consistency, efficiency, and variety in malt sourcing for craft brewers, distillers, and food companies.
Proximity shortens supply chains from those existing today. In order to provide our customers a consistent, regional, supply of specialty malts and roasted grains.
WE ARE SHORTENING THE NORTH AMERICAN SUPPLY CHAIN.
The San Luis Valley in Colorado has been traditionally growing barley for more than 50 years. Our new malthouse, in Monte Vista was chosen to take advantage of this consistent malting barley supply. We are using that advantage to provide locally grown and malted grains to the expanding malt markets in the Southwest.
Delaware, and its neighboring states, particularly Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, are known for their consistent barley production. The Mid-Atlantic region is the largest winter barley-growing region in North America. Our plant in Laurel will capitalize on this winter malting barley production.
Each site is designed for consistency, flexibility and efficiency. This allows us to effectively collaborate with and better serve our customers.
Proximity Malt commits to a full range of products, from base malts to roasted malts. We produce all our malts with an understanding of nature’s abundant variation. We know our customer is looking for consistency. Our processes are designed to produce consistent product everyday. Our malt is ready for shipment in bulk, totes, or bags.
Our commitment is to ensure the security of customers raw material needs. We do this through a consistent barley supply and engineering our processes to reduce natural variation. This ensures production of the flavors and colors that satisfy our customers demands.
Developed with you. Malted for you. Direct to you.
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