maltster


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maltster

(ˈmɔːltstə)
n
(Professions) a person who makes or deals in malt
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Noun1.maltster - a maker of maltmaltster - a maker of malt      
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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That respectable miller and maltster had left Tom behind, and driven homeward in a state of great mental satisfaction.
The wording on one side says 'Tom Barnes Maltster Digbeth Birmingham' with three barrels as an illustration.
The wording on one side says: "Tom Barnes, Maltster, Digbeth, Birmingham", with three barrels as an illustration.
I've periodically dipped into my ancestry and found nothing more exalted than a travelling maltster among my Irish and English working class roots.
Proximity Malt, a new maltster formed in Milwaukee by a group of former Malteurop executives, has been sued in Milwaukee County Circuit Court by Malteurop, which claims that Proximity Malt and a Proximity Malt employee stole confidential information from Malteurop.
This blend is designed to reduce germination time, thus allowing the maltster flexibility in production planning.
Muntons the malt and malted ingredients manufacturer has become the first maltster in the world to gain the IS050001 standard for Energy Management.
After almost three years of practical and theoretical training, they both hold the qualifications of brewer and maltster in beer brewing and the preparation of barley to malted barley.
One maltster who supplies barley for a major UK brewer confirmed it had recorded higher levels of nitrogen this year.
Simpsons Malt is a private, family-owned maltster, which supplies brewers, whisky distillers and food makers throughout the world and the UK.
The maltster spread the grain over thick stone floors that insured a constant temperature for sprouting; he also sprinkled as much water over the grain as was necessary to keep it moist.
The particular variety was likely carefully chosen by a breeder, brewer, or maltster based on information provided by ARS's Cereal Crops Research Unit, in Madison, Wisconsin.