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malting

[′mȯlt·iŋ]
(food engineering)
Converting the starches of a distillery mash to fermentable sugar by the enzymes of the malt.
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Bill Clinton, clockwise from top left, arrives in Birmingham, attends the G8 Summit, shares a smile and a pint at The Malt House pub and waves to crowds with wife Hillary
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Bill Clinton waves from The Malt House pub in Brindley Place in 1998
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Digby Fairweather: Botanical Gardens, Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 2pm, free/The Malt House, King Edwards Road, Birmingham, 6pm, free.
There, chemists and researchers are learning more about what goes on inside barley grains as they germinate, or sprout, in the malt house.
There, chemist Mark Schmitt and plant physiologist Allen Budde are discovering more about what goes on inside barley grains as they germinate, or sprout, in the malt house.