Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In brewing; a large wooden vat, provided with funnels, into which the surplus yeast is skimmed from the surface of the beer after the first or principal fermentation is at an end. The beer thus ‘cleansed’ is run off into a ‘settling-back’ or into casks.
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