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The same quality of malt was used in all of these brews, but the brews were of different strengths.
Brown malt requires less time than pale malt, and still less than a mixture with raw grain, as already explained.
Malt extract is much dearer than honey, which is superior to it in value as a food.
There is one delightful old house, formerly a malt house, with all sorts of odd angles and corners.
THE THAMESG. E. MITTON
Every now and then there would be a heaving of the surface, and a quantity of malt would then move suddenly over.
THE GREAT ACCEPTANCECYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
Lift out the inner vessel and add the malt and remainder of the cold water.
It is prepared for the brewer's use by converting it into malt, which is effected by the following process.
Malt itself, to produce intoxication, must be used in such large quantities as would very much diminish the brewer's profit.
But Duffy's Malt Whiskey is a fraud, for it pretends to be a medicine and to cure all kinds of lung and throat diseases.
THE GREAT AMERICAN FRAUDSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS

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