The Canadian Malting Barley Technical Centre (CMBTC) is an independent, not-for-profit, member based research facility established in 2000 that provides technical services and marketing support to the Canadian malting barley supply chain. CMBTC members include breeders, farmers, seed companies, agriculture ministries, grain company exporters, maltsters and brewers.
The CMBTC offers a suite of technical services to the Canadian malting barley value chain including specialized processing, remote and on-site technical services, marketing support, new variety evaluation and promotion, crop and market updates, as well as training and education through the CMBTC Malt Academy programs. See the attached overview for a list of CMBTC services, facilities and equipment. Contact Peter Watts, Managing Director, for information on membership benefits and costs.
The CMBTC currently has 26 members, both domestic and international, representing the full malting barley value chain. See bottom of page the CMBTC Member Directory for contact information.