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Malt-Based Beverages

With a diverse array of techniques, flavors, and markets, malt-based beverages have captured the taste buds and imagination of consumers across the globe. Partner with Flavorman to create a delicious, shelf-stable malt beverage that has never been done before!

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Did you know?

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Mikes Hard Lemonade is one of the most successful Flavored Malt Beverages on the market.

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The non-alcoholic malt beverage market is projected to reach $62.7 billion by 2033.

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"Malt-based Beverages" encompasses any drink that is made with a malt base, not just beer or drinks containing alcohol.


Malt-based Beverages

Dating all the way back to ancient times, cereal grains, or malt, have been used in both food and drinks for their nutritional benefits. Over time, the use of malt has evolved into an all-encompassing landscape, especially in the beverage industry. There is a wide range of alcoholic and NA drinks that use malt as a base, which can be easily developed into any delicious profile. Whether it's a classic malted milkshake on a hot summer's day or a refreshing spiked lemonade with friends, these beverages offer a unique flavor profile that make them beloved by consumers. We can't wait to work with you to develop a malt beverage that is tailor-made to you and your consumers' unique needs and tastes!

There are multiple creations that follow the same code as Flavored Malt Beverages, such as Hard Seltzers and Craft Beer. As a matter of fact, Malt-based beverages have trickled down in popularity with the innovation of Sugar Brew, the base used in all of your favorite hard seltzers. Regardless, Flavorman can whip up all of the above to create something that has never been done before!

Key Considerations

  1. The majority of alcoholic malt beverages will use a base containing fermented malt, without hops, so that it is flavorless.
  2. Formula approval by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau is required if the brewer of a malt beverage uses flavors with alcohol, compounded flavors, colors, artificial sweeteners, other agricultural ingredients.
  3. Using a Malt Beverage base in your product allows for various tax credits, and easier distribution practices compared to distilled spirits.

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