Brian Simpson from Riverbend Malthouse raked barley, using a traditional Scottish floor malting technique. Riverbend is the South’s first craft malt maker for brewing and distilling, using barley and rye grown by farmers in Kentucky, Virginia and North Carolina. It is one of the projects supported by Accelerating Appalachia.
Brian Simpson from Riverbend Malthouse raked barley, using a traditional Scottish floor malting technique. Riverbend is the South’s first craft malt maker for brewing and distilling, using barley and rye grown by farmers in Kentucky, Virginia and North Carolina. It is one of the projects supported by Accelerating Appalachia. Johnny Autry
Brian Simpson from Riverbend Malthouse raked barley, using a traditional Scottish floor malting technique. Riverbend is the South’s first craft malt maker for brewing and distilling, using barley and rye grown by farmers in Kentucky, Virginia and North Carolina. It is one of the projects supported by Accelerating Appalachia. Johnny Autry

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