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maltster

(ˈmɔːltstə)
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(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.
Mitchell Joseph, 33, from Landore, died last month while playing for St Joseph's AFC against Maltsters Sports.
Mitchell Joseph, a full-back for St Joseph's AFC in Swansea, collapsed approximately 30 minutes into his team's match against Maltsters Sports last Saturday and later died at hospital.
The Cardiff Metropolitan University associate lecturer had parked her car in the car park of the Maltsters pub on Tuesday, December 5, to meet a colleague.
The Heritage Exhibition looks back at the weaving, agriculture, mining, maltsters and transport industries, and has been assisted by the National Coal Mining Museum near Grange Moor.
Gathering at the Maltsters Arms in Whitchurch, Cardiff, the team of fundraisers were greeted by stylists from local barbers shop Terry's hairdressers, led by Louise Budd.
The family owned maltsters make almost 300,000 tons of malt a year, with its agricultural trading arms - McCreath, Simpson Prentice and John Guthrie - sourcing the raw material, barley.
Farmers and maltsters have been scrambling to salvage a large portion of the crop hit by heavy rains in August, especially in Montana and Idaho, the top two barley-growing states in the U.
The petrol station, the general store and the pub, The Maltsters Arms, are the main employers in Harbertonford now.
Oldershaw Brewery said maltsters across the market were also likely to shift to a blend.
We selected premium barley varietals from world-renowned maltsters in Britain, Germany and the United States and our whole hops come from a specialty hop farm in Oregon.
Oz and James's hunting grounds are great British pubs, maltsters, small breweries and distilleries, sparkling wine makers, hop growers and many more, all set against the beautiful backdrop of the British countryside.