The payment due for a 1 year Regular Level Membership is $350.00
Regular Membership: Apply Online
- Have Access to the industry’s cutting-edge trends.
- Be surrounded by the individuals that are leaders in the craft of malting.
- Exchange ideas and experiences with your peers.
- Make friends with, be inspired by, and collaborate with maltsters of all experience levels.
- Utilize the Maltsters Guild Forum and Quarterly Newsletter.
- Be featured on “Our Members” portion of our website.
- Participate in Annual Meeting.
- Membership Logo Download.
- Have full access to our website. This includes technical papers and guild forums.
- Receive our quarterly newsletter full of the latest news about members, classes, and events.
- Maltster’s Forum – participate in an online discussion and exchange of ideas and information.
- Online Directory – use our up-to-date membership directory for networking.
- Classified Ads – receive discounts for advertisements.
- Regional Events – Advance notification about classes and workshops.
- Voting Rights for all Guild Decisions.
- Eligible to Run for office.
- Eligible to sit on Guild Committees.
Regular Membership is open only to those engaged in malting on a scale between 5 metric Tons per year to 10,000 metric Tons per year. Beyond this Regular Members must also adhere to the other tenets agreed upon by the founding members. These include:
- Craft Malt is in particular made using a majority (greater than 50% by weight) of locally grown grains as inputs, meaning grains grown within the region of the Craft Malthouse.
- Craft Malt is made without the use of gibberellic acid (GA) or other chemical additives during processing.
- A Craft Malthouse must maintain proper legal standing with its country, state, and local governments including but not limited to: business registration and licensing, taxation, safety and other regulations pertaining to the production of grain, malt, and foodstuff, as appropriate.
- Malthouses are not considered Craft Malthouses if ownership by other non-Craft Malthouses exceeds 24%.
- All Regular Members must apply for membership and be approved by the Guild’s Board of Directors.