unmalted


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un·malt·ed

 (ŭn-môl′tĭd)
adj.
Never having undergone the malting process: unmalted wheat.
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Adj.1.unmalted - of grain that has not been converted into malt; "unmalted barley"
malted - of grain that has been converted into malt; "malted barley"
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Shimaguni Stout, influenced by Ireland, which is the originator of the dry stout, has a roasted taste because of unmalted barley.
In some beers, such as American-style pilsners, unmalted cereal grains (corn or rice) may be used along with the malt.
In some beers, such as American-style pilsners, unmalted cereal grains--corn or rice--may be used along with the malt.
Triple-distilled and pot stilled - a blend of malted and unmalted barley - and a heavier style, try Jameson Irish Whiskey (PS19.
Brewing a beverage with high levels of unmalted common Avena sativa oats has proven to be successful despite the high levels of beta-glucan, protein and fat.
The watermelon concentrate rounds out a wheat beer formulation made from malted and unmalted wheat.
Pot still whiskey, a blend of malted and unmalted barley, produces a more intense, heavier style of spirit.
Other terms signify origin: Pure pot still is Irish whiskey, a mixture of malted and unmalted barley; bourbon is American whiskey made primarily from corn.
The whiskey has a certain sweetness, a unique softness and dangerous attractiveness that results from a combination of the peaty water, the pot stills, the unmalted barley and the triple distillation of the final spirit.
Converting 10% of global beer production to unmalted barley would reduce carbon emissions by the equivalent of removing 85,000 cars from use, the company said.
Straight Irish stouts might just have roasted unmalted barley added to the beer for its colour and flavour, while an oatmeal stout, such as Tyne Bank's, could have caramel and chocolate malts as well - and obviously oats giving more body to the 'fortifying' beer.