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- adj. Of, pertaining to, containing, or characteristic of malt
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Containing, or like, malt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to, composed of, or produced from malt.
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The beer is characterized by malty aroma, slight malt sweetness, and clean hop bitterness.
Her Turkey Hunter Ale is a dark beer she describes as malty and ever so slightly sweet.
Genever, in addition to using the neutral spirits and juniper-based botanicals known in today's gin, also employs maltwine, a mixture of corn, rye and wheat which gives it a smooth, malty, slightly sweet flavor.
Lemon beer tastes like beer but also like lemons, as you might expect: sweet yet pleasantly malty, as if it had been brewed in the sticky old socks of laborers working in the molasses-gathering industry.
The stout, meanwhile, boiled down until almost syrupy, adds a malty note which works brilliantly with the spicy, treacly gingerbread character of Dan's cake, but would be a little too savoury with a more conventional recipe.
Although I like my rarebit made with seedy wholemeal toast, which I think gives a more interesting texture and a pleasantly malty flavour, I respect your right to use any sort of bread you like although no one will persuade me of the merits of the Welsh rarebit foccacia, seen on the menu at a pub I recently didn't eat at.
It gives the dish a rich malty savouriness which works brilliantly with the salty tang of the cheese – and there are a number of great Welsh stouts available too, just to soften the blow of that English cheese.
Helena's beer adds an aggressive malty note to her blinis which, as we're more likely to be scoffing them with wine than vodka in this country, is not an ideal match with pre-dinner drinks.
The first couple of sips reveal a malty taste with a decent amount of the sweetness from the nose returning.
This is one of my all-time favorite brews because while intensely hoppy, it doesn't have all of the malty sweetness that mar many Double or Imperial IPAs.
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