United Canadian Malt, Ltd., was founded in 1929 by Dr. Wander of Switzerland, owner of Wander Foods. The malting company remained with Wander Foods for a couple of decades, after which it passed to a food- and pharmaceutical-oriented owner before its eventual purchase by a private buyer.
United Canadian's history has made it one of the more diversified companies in the malt business. The company produces materials for food, pharmaceutical, and industrial use in addition to some of North America's premier malt extracts. United Canadian's line of brewing products encompasses a range of specialty malt grains, brewers adjuncts, hops, and dried yeasts. The company also stocks additional brewer's supplies for sale to brewers, including chemicals, yeast nutrients, filters, and bottles.
Dry Malt Syrups
All grains used in the company's extracts are sourced from western Canada and processed on-site at United Canadian's facilities in Peterborough, Ontario.
Dried malt extract: An unhopped dry extract derived from two-row pale malts. Suitable for the production of any ale or lager. Packaged in 22.68- and 25-kg bags.
Liquid Malt Syrups
All of the company's liquid malt extracts (LME) are available unhopped or with the addition of non- and pre-isomerized hop extracts and kettle boil pellets, and all are available packaged in 6-kg and 30-kg pails, 80- and 100-kg kegs, 295- and 300-kg drums (metal or plastic), semi-bulk 1400-kg totes, and tankers.
Amber LME 100: Derived from two- or six-row malted barley, this extract is suited for use in the production of European-style ales and lagers.
Dark LME 100: Derived from two- or six-row pale and black malted barley, this extract is suitable for use in the production of dark beers such as brown ales, porters, and stouts.
Caramel liquid malt extract: Derived from two- and six-row malted barley using a specific heat process to develop rich caramelized sugar flavors. Intended for use as an adjunct.
Pale LME-LD 100 diastatic: Derived from two- or six-row malted barley, this product is suited to the production of American-style ales and lagers.
Wheat liquid malt extract: Derived from two- or six-row malted barley and wheat, this product is suited to the production of wheat beers such as Weizenbiers.
United Canadian Malt Company
United Canadian Malt Limited
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