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Cryer Malt supplies premium malted products to craft beer brewers across the Pacific Islands.

Throughout the Australasian region, craft beer is becoming ever more popular, with discerning beer drinkers increasingly searching out uniquely crafted, flavoursome beers. We are happy to be able to supply breweries, even in remote locations, with the best quality malted products from around the world.

For brewers of quality Micronesian beer, we supply a selection of excellent malts made in New Zealand, Australia and Europe. Whether you are a contract brewer, or run a microbrewery or large craft brewery, we are able to supply customised quantities of malt, including the option of a blended bulk bag of different malts.

Premium malt supplied to Micronesian breweries

Malt can be supplied to brewers in the Federated States of Micronesia through an ‘Ex works’ agreement: we package the order, and the buyer arranges the shipping and clearance. New Zealand and Australian-made malts are packaged and sent fresh from the malting plant.

European malts include a range of carefully selected German, Belgian, Scottish and English malts. Australian-made malts are from Barrett Burston Pty Ltd and New Zealand malts are sourced from Malteurop New Zealand. So, if you’re brewing with malt, be it an Amber Ale or a Porter, a Lager or an IPA, we supply malt for a broad range of beer styles.

In addition to a variety of different barley malts, we also stock other malted grains, for example wheat, oats and rye, as well as malt extracts, syrups and unmalted grains.

Contact the team at Cryer Malt today for help selecting and purchasing the right malt for your needs, or to enquire about opening an account with us.


New Zealand Contact Details

Cryermalt New Zealand
PO Box 10321
Dominion Road
Auckland 1446
Ph:  +64 9 639 0817 or 0800 625833
Fax: +64 9 353 1632

Australia Contact Details

Cryermalt Australia
Ph: 1800 119622
Fax: +61 3 9923 6412

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