Discovering the world of malt

Viking Malt is the leading Nordic malting company which offers a broad range of malt varieties to both small and large breweries. We are on a journey through the world of malt and beer, and we want you to come along.

Our malt selection

Have a closer look at our wide malt selection!

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How to buy

We are at your service regarding all your questions about acquiring malts, whether you need one bag or a larger batch.

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Our people

Quality malt is born from a combination of curiosity and passion. We have them both.

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Colorado is the state of craft beer in the US. Now, for the first time European brewers have the opportunity to brew with original Colorado malts manufactured under license by Viking Malt.


See where our barley comes from.

Story of Nordic Malt

Meet our maltsters

See how we create our malts.

Recipes and brew reports

We’ll help you make beers that people tell stories about. Find inspiration in our recipes and brew reports.

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Viking Malt pilot brewery

Are you creating a new beer or would like to test your new brew ideas? We can help you out.

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Our malthouses

Viking Malt is the leading Nordic malting company, producing premium malt grown in the northernmost regions of the world.

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Craft beer

Our collaboration with Saimaan juomatehdas.


Season’s Greetings


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October 2016 Malting Barley Report

Crop 2016 is now safe in the barns in all Viking Malt countries. We have started to malt the new crop in Poland, Denmark and Sweden – Lithuania will start in the next weeks. Our maltsters are very satisfied with the first malting batches and reaching already excellent quality results. The market is well covered … Read more

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Crop Expectations – Malting Barley Report September 2016

Malting barley harvest in Scandinavia and Baltics is now very much finished – some remaining crop on fields in Mid- Sweden. The work to sort out the quality of the harvest and looking for the right qualities is still ongoing in many countries. With the large premium of malting barley over feed, the supply side … Read more

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