Blacklands Malt: OG Texas Maltsters & Longtime Friends

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Black Star Co-op has had a long relationship with our friends over at Blacklands Malt in Leander, TX, using several of their malts in a number of beers over the past few years. Maybe you have seen it noted on our beer board or listed in a description on a Facebook event: “Texas grown and malted”. But what does that really mean? Well, it may surprise you to know that Blacklands was the first craft malthouse in Texas. It may also surprise you to know that prior to 2012 malting quality barley was not grown in Texas. Like, ever. It may also, also surprise you to know that this small company, in a industry of enormous scale and automation, back-breakingly produce tons of malt with one very driven owner and a small crew. This story is one we don’t share nearly as often as we should, so we decided to do something about it. On June 27th we will be hosting a Blacklands Malt Tap Take over here at the pub and would love to share this story with as many folks as possible. Along with 6 of our own house beers, we will be showcasing several other local guest beers that share our love of Texas made, Blacklands malt. Join us for a beer or two as well as a Q&A session with the folks from Blacklands and find out what supporting a local craft malthouse truly means.

-It may surprise you that this was written by Andy Martinec