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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Apart from selling beer, it also offers (not just) beer lovers a peek at its premises and the whole process, from malting the barley to brewing the beer.
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The Springbank Distillery is one of the few distilleries to perform every step of the whisky making process on the same premises - from malting the barley to bottling the spirit.
French co-operative group, Axereal, has announced that it has reached agreement with Greencore Group plc to acquire its malting business, Greencore Malt, through its malting business, Boortmalt Group.
You'll be glad to know that malting barleys--the ones used for making malt for breakfast cereals, candies, beer, and other favorite foods and beverages--are the focus of research by two ARS experts at Madison, Wisconsin.
This is called the "malting process"; it produces enzymes in the grain that are capable of converting starches into sugars.
The Commission found that in the period in which the plant was built, and in which it became operational, supply of malt in the EU clearly exceeded demand.aMalt prices were low and malting companies generally suffered from low profitability.