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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALT

Malt itself, to produce intoxication, must be used in such large quantities as would very much diminish the brewer's profit.

Hard water possesses an astringent quality, which prevents the goodness of the malt from being freely communicated to the liquor.

Throwing into it a quantity of bran while it is boiling, and before it is poured on the malt, will likewise have a good effect.

Having stirred the malt very carefully, light the fire under it, and get the liquor quickly to 170 or 180 degrees of heat.

Run that into another tub, and pour the rest of the water on the malt; stir it well, cover it up, and let it infuse a full hour.

Of the total furfuroids of malt about 1/4 are dissolved in the mashing process.

I grind at mill       Their malt up still;   I dress their hemp, I spin their tow.

Ale was brewed at church from malt brought collectively by the people.

Its chief use is for the manufacture of the malt used in brewing.

Most of it is used in the manufacture of malt, and "Canada malt" is regarded as the best.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MALT

ale

nounintoxicating, fermented beverage
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