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stillage

(ˈstɪlɪdʒ)
n
1. (Building) a frame or stand for keeping things off the ground, such as casks in a brewery
2. (General Engineering) a container in which goods, machinery, etc, are transported
[C16: probably from Dutch stillagie frame, scaffold, from stellen to stand; see -age]
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White Dog Labs (New Castle, Delaware)White Dog Labs project will use the residual cellulosic sugars in cellulosic stillage syrup to produce single-cell protein (SCP) for aquaculture feed.
Composition of corn dry-grind ethanol by-products: DDGS, wet cake, and thin stillage.
Each pub will do this differently but I always follow the same procedure due to the limited space that we have: rack and stillage (settle the beers) for 24 hours to get them to cold room temperature, then tap them (this is a tap where you connect the beer pipes that eventually go the familiar hand pulls on the bar), release the pressure in the cask via the tap, and then vent the cask (this conditions the beer for serving, getting rid of any excess gas and allowing the yeast and finings to work), then check the clarity, taste, and condition of the beer before serving it in the bar.
Distillers dried grain with solubles is wet grain that has been dried with the concentrated thin stillage to 10% to 12%.
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.