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stillage

[′stil·ij]
(food engineering)
The residue grain from the manufacture of alcohol from grain; used as a feed supplement.
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Exploring optimal conditions for thermophilic fermentative hydrogen production from cassava stillage. International Journal Hydrogen Energy 35: 6161-6169, 2010.
Bories, "Stillage treatment in the French alcohol fermentation industry," International Sugar Journal, vol.
Yeoh, "Two-phase anaerobic treatment of cane-molasses alcohol stillage," Water Science and Technology, vol.
Effect of inoculum/substrate ratio on mesophilic anaerobic digestion of bioethanol plant whole stillage in batch mode.
Thus, it must be utilized as a livestock feed within a few days after separated from whole stillage (Abrams et al., 1983).
Cavani, "Distillery effluents as animal feed: the use of condensed beet molasses stillage (CBMS) in broiler feeding," Animal Feed Science and Technology, vol.
Then the alcohol is separated from the fermented mash, and a by-product called "stillage" is left.
The pub has a special stillage behind the bar which allows it to serve six traditional ciders and perries - pear ciders - from artisan producers.
At any one time the main bar will offer 14 handpulls, while a stillage bar will have another 10 beers straight from the barrel.
Evaluation of pretreatment methods on mixed inoculum for both batch and continuous thermophilic biohydrogen production from cassava stillage. Bioresource Technology, v.