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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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The shrinking 6-row supply coupled with craft and home brewers preference for 2-row over 6-row, escalating prices and future risks lead us to eliminate 6-row malting barley as a source of raw material.
In the Czech Republic, the practice of growing malting barley and brewing it dates back to the 10th century.
They also measured various endogenous enzymatic activities which developed during the malting process.
Diageo spokeswoman Grainne Macken confirmed they had brought in a shipment of malt from the Crisp Malting Company in Norfolk last week.
This acquisition will establish Axereal's malting business, Boortmalt Group, as the world's 5th largest malting business, and the third largest in Europe, with a production capacity of over 1.
Rahr Malting Company has the world's largest single-site malt house.
Cargill currently operates malting facilities in Europe and the Americas, however it does not have a presence in the Australian malting market.
Briess executives said the facilities and local grower network "secure a consistent source of top quality Two-Row malting barley from this region" for the Briess barley procurement program.
OTTAWA, March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - The announcement yesterday in Tokyo, Japan by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper that Canada and Japan have agreed to begin extensive negotiations on an Economic Partnership agreement is welcome news and has the full support of all industry members of the Malting Industry Association of Canada.
Malting barleys--the source of that malt--are the focus of studies at the USDA-ARS malting barley laboratory.
While historical evidence suggests that beer was made in both China and Egypt as long as 5,000 years ago, no one knows when the process of malting grain was discovered.
5m to improve plant, and a significant sum to buy malting barley.