12 Mar
12 Mar

Lunchtime Lecture – The Maltster’s Tale

An illustrated talk by Ivor Murrell. Today, almost all malt is manufactured using large-batch, high technology equipment under computerised control, but it used to be made in floor maltings, using human skills. Malting is one of the world’s oldest food processing skills, going back beyond 5000 BC, using techniques that took many months to learn. Where once there were thousands of floor maltings across England, now there are only three! Ivor was the last person in Suffolk to make malt for brewing using these empiric skills. A Master Maltster reveals all!

Admission is free with a retiring collection to defray expenses. Donations of at least £2.00 per head are valued to maintain the series. Tea and coffee are served from 12.30pm.

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Event Address

Museum Street Methodist Church
Black Horse Lane

Event Times

StartThu 12th Mar @ 1:00pm
EndThu 12th Mar @ 2:00pm