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pomace

[′päm·əs]
(food engineering)
In the preparation of cider, the material derived from apples or similar fruits by crushing or grinding.
The residue of grape skins, seeds, and stems after wine grapes have been pressed and the juice has been separated.
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Patrons can buy a draff beer, then shop, or select a single bottle from any of the 1,300 brands in the bottle shop and have it opened to drink in the beer cafe.
The draff standards are the first national comprehensive effort to reduce carbon pollution, the leading cause of climate change.
As the envoy, Walter Kalin, explained at the first Consultative Committee meeting, an absence of sufficient knowledge about "what happens on the ground" would make it difficult at this stage to draff a set of guiding principles adequately reflecting realities, and there is of course the practical obstacle as well, namely "the difficulty of getting governments on board with the idea of producing a normative framework right away.
I also thank Bill Sillar and Sabine Hyland for their reviews and helpful suggestions on a later draff, which greatly improved the final text.
When one includes payment arrears (as per the draff World Bank payables assessment), the deficit is considerably higher at 16.
This may be in the form of straw, purchased fodder, products such as Draff or purchased concentrates.
In Tullibardine's case, its by-products - draff and pot ale - are currently spread on agricultural fields, turned into animal feed or safely discharged into the sea under licence.
It is leftovers like draff and pot ales - both produced in the early stages of the process.
Pot ale - the liquid left in the stills - and draff, the spent grains, are fermented to make bio-butanol.
However, using them has several serious disadvantages such as harvesting requires high labour expenditures, difficult storage (cannot be stored for the whole period necessary to secure stable work of a company), trifling by-products (due to a small amount of proteins in the draff, the company looses an important additional income resource).