Free All-Grain Amber Recipe
This beer tastes very rich and malty compared to any amber made in the United States. There is a strong malt aroma not usually present in other ambers, and the finishing taste is almost a sweet raisin flavor from our unique Crystal 40 malt. Enjoy!
White Wheat Malt
Why Palouse Pint is Different
Palouse Pint in Spokane, WA is a project of LINC Foods, a worker and farmer owned cooperative. That means that seventy-five cents on the dollar spent on our products goes right back in the farmers pocket, 100% of every dollar spent with us goes right back in the local economy.
We search out the best local farmers we can find, who are seeking to take care of the soil, reduce pesticide, herbicide, and fertilizer use, and improve biodiversity on their farms.
We purchase barley, wheat, rye, oats and other specialty grains from our local farmer-members, malt them, and then sell them to small craft brewers, distillers, home-brew enthusiast and bakers. We aim to create malt with a great story, great flavor, and a regional character. All of our malt is single-source, grown by members of LINC Foods, and come with the story of the farmer, the crop and the grain.read more
Farm to Glass
Palouse Pint is carefully crafted with a unique farm to glass story. Cultivate the taste of the fertile Palouse and bring your beer to the next level with our incredibly flavorful malt.read more
Why craft malt?
All Linc Foods malts are flavorful and take any recipe to a new level.
They provide a great platform to add complexity, and a unique local flavor to any beer style!
Peter McArthur, owner of Nu Home Brew and Bottle
Palouse Pint's craft malt has taken my homebrew to a whole new level. Once you change to craft malt you will not go back.
Do your brews a favor and switch to craft malt immediately.
Luke Black, home brewer
Crystal / Biscuit
Light Munich Malt
English Pale Malt
White Wheat Malt
Spokane Pilsner Malt
Meet the Maltster
Have questions about craft malt?contact joel