Our stakeholders

The International Barley Hub involves a range of stakeholders from the entire barley industry.

IBH is underpinned by the research excellence of the James Hutton Institute, University of Dundee, Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), Abertay University, the Rowett Institute and others.

Businesses and sectoral interest groups such as Scotch Whisky Research Institute, Maltsters Association of Great Britain and the National Farmers Union Scotland form part of the demand side of the IBH project consortium.

Cellucomp James Hutton Limited Law Brewing Company British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) Agricultural Engineering Precision Innovation (Agri-EPI) Universitat de Lleida The Rowett Institute / University of Aberdeen National Farmers Union, Scotland (NFUS) Inveralmond Brewery
Heriot-Watt University Limagrain East of Scotland Farmers (EOSF) Edrington RAGT Seeds Ltd John Dewar & Sons Ltd Macphie Ltd Silvery Tweed Cereal Innovators Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) Scotland of Food and Drink William Grant & Sons
The Glenmorangie Company Scottish Enterprise Carlsberg Agrii GB seeds Soil Association Scotland Scotch Whisky Association The Scottish Government Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) University of the Highlands and Islands Linking Environment and Farming (LEAF) UK
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Tay Cities Deal Elsoms Ackermann Barley Limited University of Dundee Scotch Whisky Research Institute Sabanci University, Istanbul Harbro Scottish Crofting Federation Waterford Distillery & Renegade Spirits Maltsters Association of Great Britain (MAGB)
Boortmalt Muntons Ingenza Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) Agricultureal Industries Confederation (AIC) Diageo Syngenta Crafty Maltsters National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) University College Dublin