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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Functional Property of Complementary Blends of Soybean and Cowpea with Malted or Unmalted Maize.
Powers Three Distilled from a mash of malted and unmalted
Powers Three Swallow Distilled from a mash of malted Irish Whiskey and unmalted barley, then triple distilled in traditional copper pot stills.
The brand is made using Irish water, plus malted and unmalted barley.
Shimaguni Stout, influenced by Ireland, which is the originator of the dry stout, has a roasted taste because of unmalted barley.
Arendt, "Mashing with unmalted barley--impact of malted barley and commercial enzyme (Bacillus spp.) additions," MBAA Technical Quarterly, vol.
In some beers, such as American-style pilsners, unmalted cereal grains (corn or rice) may be used along with the malt.
In addition to malted grains, brewers use some amount of unmalted adjunct grains to help balance the brewing process.
In some beers, such as American-style pilsners, unmalted cereal grains--corn or rice--may be used along with the malt.
Senn, "The use of unmalted triticale in brewing and its effect on wort and beer quality," Journal of the American Society of Brewing Chemists, vol.
Triple-distilled and pot stilled - a blend of malted and unmalted barley - and a heavier style, try Jameson Irish Whiskey (PS19.95, 70cl, www.31dover.com) over ice with a splash of water to open up the malty nose and fruity sweetness with apple and spice flavours that also work really well with ginger ale and a wedge of lime.
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.