This malt category launches in 2014, with small but fast-growing revenue that will become mammoth in years ahead.
Consider a Guinness, an Irish stout, to balance the sweetness of fruits and molasses with its malt flavor.
They also have a small obsession with malt, and use four kinds at the bakery.
Though raised in Memphis housing projects, he uses no slang and dislikes the taste of malt liquor.
Nothing is so easy as to make your own malt, if you were permitted.
Throwing into it a quantity of bran while it is boiling, and before it is poured on the malt, will likewise have a good effect.
Sir Richard Saltonstall was fined four bushels of malt for absenting himself from the meeting.
Run that into another tub, and pour the rest of the water on the malt; stir it well, cover it up, and let it infuse a full hour.
Indulgence in malt liquors, wines, and spirits should be strictly prohibited.
Its chief use is for the manufacture of the malt used in brewing.
Old English malt (Anglian), mealt (West Saxon), from Proto-Germanic *maltam (cf. Old Norse malt, Old Saxon malt, Middle Dutch, Dutch mout, Old High German malz, German Malz "malt"), from PIE *meld- (cf. melt), extended form of root *mel- "soft," probably via notion of "softening" the grain by steeping it in water before brewing. Finnish mallas, Old Church Slavonic mlato are considered to be borrowed from Germanic.
mid-15c., "to convert grain to malt," from malt (n.). Meaning + "to make with malt" is from c.1600. Related: Malted; malting. Malt liquor (which is fermented, not brewed) first attested 1690s. Malted "a drink with malted milk" is from 1945.
Mucosal-associated with lymphoid tissue; rare type of lymphoma of the stomach that may be associated with infection by the bacteria Helicobacter pylori. Also called MALT lymphoma.