For how the farm shop evolved, survived a catastrophic fire and went on to rebuild, read our story.
Malt Kiln Farm Shop is a key part of a family run farming business in the midst of the Warwickshire countryside.
The beef, lamb and pork sold by our butchers is reared on our family farm.
The farm shop is surrounded by fields. In the summer you can pick your own strawberries and raspberries along with a wide variety of other soft fruit and vegetables.
Pumpkin picking is a big favourite in October.
Using fresh ingredients found in the farm shop we make our own pork pies, sausage rolls, quiches, coleslaws and salads which are sold off our deli counter.
Local produce is very important and items sold include cheese, ice cream, eggs, beer, wine, flour, honey, biscuits, cakes and pies.
……………… And after all that shopping enjoy a coffee or light lunch in Rebecca’s Kitchen.
We have a very eclectic giftware section in the farm shop. If you have ever ran out of inspiration when trying to buy a present for someone special, the farm shop is well worth a visit. Our greeting cards include ranges from Alex Clark, Bug Art, Splimple and Tracks. We have a varied collection of items supplied by Eddingtons homeware from worktop protectors to egg timers. The Wrendale collection features
We sell an extensive range of cheese. These include many locally made within the county of Warwickshire and the counties that immediately border Warwickshire. Cheeses with a red label are those designated as local to the farm shop and feature mature Warwickshire, Sparkenhoe Red Leicester, Berkswell, Cobblers Nibble and many more. Aside from these very local cheese you will find all the major territorial cheeses on display on our deli
We try and stock as much local and seasonal produce as possible. Just a few of the local producers we stock are highlighted below. The bread we sell is baked locally at Little Walton, Pailton, by the Revel Bakery and is less than 2 miles away. We have quite a long history with the Revel Bakery. Before the devastating fire of 26th June 2016, which destroyed our old shop the