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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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Malt sales values declined during the year due to further decreases in malting barley prices.
12 May 2016 - Finnish malting company Viking Malt has finalised its purchase of Danish Malting Group from Carlsberg, the company said.
Proximity recently announced it would build two regional craft malting plants--one in Monte Vista, CO, and one in Laurel, DE, aimed at serving the craft brewing industry.
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.
Findings from the scientists' basic and applied research help plant breeders develop even better malting barleys for tomorrow.
On March 7, 2003, the Minnesota section hosted a luncheon and tour of Rahr Malting in Shakopee, Minn.
FARMERS involved in the malting barley industry can now register for HGCA's new Malting Barley e-Club, which is designed to offer details of market and research changes in the malting industry.
Actually, the art of malting began with the ancient Egyptians.
Though malting removes the beta-glucan, it doesn't erase barley's cholesterol-fighting potential, says food scientist Frank E.
Malt volumes, however, topped previous highs, although the firm was affected by declining malting barley prices.