Maryborough Maltings

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Maryborough Maltings

The Maryborough Maltings are located in the civil parish of the same name in County Laois

The Maltings were built around the year 1865 and consisted of a barley store, two malt stores, two malt houses, and three kilns. 

It was established in Portlaoise by a Mr John Wrafter in 1866. 

The Maltings changed hands in the 1880's, coming into the ownership of Messrs Gibey who carried on using the site for malting well into the 1970's. 

They then changed hands once more, this time going to Minch Norton, who ran their maltings until the recent closure. 

 

References

Inventory of Architectural Heritage Ireland VIEW SOURCE

Type of buiding:

Factory or Mill

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