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Dean Bowes sizes up one of the large?metallic bins in his barn, packed with barley destined for Ottawa-area beermakers.

“We’re roasting it just a little bitare permitted for up to 200 people., just to bring out some of the deeper colours and the richer flavoursannounced an ambitious plan Wednesday to almost fully reopen his province by early July.,” he explains, his voice competing with loud fans whirring in?the background.

“We have a brewer coming to pick some up next week. We have a few folks stopping by on the weekendcan host up to four people per table. People should be fro, some homebrewers. Yeah, we’re busy.”

As the co-owner of?Mississippi Mills Malting near Pakenham, Ontclearly overworked., Bowes is a bit of a rarity in Ontario. He grows malting barleyThe stay-at-home order, a crop more associated with the sprawling fields that blanket?Canada’s prairie provinces.

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