A ‘maltster’ treated barley with malt in a malthouse. The finished product was then used to brew beer. Many towns and villages had a malt house in the eighteenth century, supplying the needs of local publicans, estates and home brewers. William Salter was an English portrait painter of the nineteenth century.
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purchased with the assistance of The Pilgrim Trust, 1992