Redbournbury Mill Flour
Redbournbury mill is an eighteenth century watermill built on the site of an earlier Domesday mill. The mill is situated 2 miles north of St Albans on the banks of the river Ver. Almost destroyed by fire in 1987, the mill has been restored to full working order by the owners together with a wonderful team of volunteers.
The mill now produces a range of organic stoneground flours milled from locally grown grain whenever possible. The mill produces approximately 50 tonnes per year of organic wheat flours, rye flour and spelt flour. The mill's own on-site bakery produces a range of artisan loaves and cakes; all baked from Redbournbury mill flour with the fewest possible "food-miles". The mill operates as a working museum and visitors are welcome to explore the four floors of the mill throughout the year.