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Description: This illustration shows how many pounds per barrel of different Rahr Special Malts are needed to brew Salvator, Pilsener and Vienna style beers.
Description: A Rahr Malting Company worker oversees malt coming from the roaster, which produces malt of a desired color, aroma, and flavor.
Description: Map of the barley-growing regions of North America, published by the Rahr Malting Company, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 1952.
Description: Malt kiln fire boxes, Rahr Malting Company, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 1934. These fireboxes heated Rahr's double-decked malt kiln, in which the hot exhaust air...
Description: Buyers examine samples of grain for sale at the cash trading tables of the Minneapolis Grain Exchange.
Description: A buyer for the Rahr Malting Company of Manitowoc, Wisconsin inspects barley for sale at the Minneapolis Grain Exchange.
Description: This illustration shows how many pounds per barrel of different Rahr Special Malts are needed to brew Munich, Bock and Kulmbacher style beers.
Description: Three men packing malt sacks for shipping, Rahr Malting Company, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 1934.
Description: A worker samples finished malt at the Rahr Malting Company, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, circa 1950. He is using a hand-held sampling probe, a tube with multiple...
Description: Stuart F. Seidl, Vice-President of the Rahr Malting Company, inspects barley for sale at the Minneapolis Grain Exchange. Rahr was headquartered in Manitow...
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