COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE FOR HOPS
For optimum preservation of hops’ valued qualities, they should be stored as cold as possible (30 to -5 degrees F, or -1 to -21 degrees C) and away from air. The compression of hops into bales, pellets, and plugs helps protect all but the surface layers from air. Even so, air penetrates and causes some oxidation. Cold temperatures slow the oxidation process. Because some hop varieties don’t store as well as others, at some point in the season hop brokers take all remaining unsold bales of poor-storing hops and turn them into pellets.
At our Cold Storage warehouse, we are managing international standards. All our varieties stored in Palettes. Customer are most welcome to visit our cold storage.
WAREHOUSE FOR MALTS
Malt in general can store for long periods of time if kept in a clean dry environment. The majority of malts are below 5.0% moisture, and quite simply at that low moisture very little can sustain life. Molds won’t grow, and many grain related insects will not be able to thrive in an environment that dry. There are some specialty malts that have higher moisture levels, and keeping all things equal, would not stand the test of time as well as malt that is below 5%.
At our Malt warehouse, we are managing international standards to store all our malt verities. All our varieties stored in Palettes. Customer are most welcome to visit our Malt Warehouse.