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- v. Present participle of kiln.
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First, malt kilning became a more refined science allowing, for the first time, more than "pale" and "brown" malts.
The phenols imparted by peat smoke during kilning show up about a third of the way through.
And Quaker Oats has over 100 years of expert milling and kilning, so we're very pleased that the oat is so fascinating right now.
The hops that year had been looking magnificent, and some of the growers were chuckling as they thought of the number of hundredweight that would go to the acre, while others took a prejudiced view of the case from a dread of the plentifulness of the crop bringing them down to a state of cheapness that would, when the cost of growing, picking, kilning, and packing had been deducted, leave nothing to pay the rent.