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  • adjective comparative form of malty: more malty

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Examples

  • I can tell you from experience that Augstiner's "fest" is similar to the Hacker-Pschorr, if a little maltier - though no darker in color.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • I can tell you from experience that Augstiner's "fest" is similar to the Hacker-Pschorr, if a little maltier - though no darker in color.

    The Dichotomy of Style - Case Study: Oktoberfest

  • Most of the new beers I've had and reviewed here in the last few months have been maltier, less-hoppy beers the Hopfen-Weisse an exception, but that's a special case, in production for two years previous, and most of the "seasonal" and specialty beers I've seen recently - from everyone from Trader Joe's to Carolina Brewery to Bell's - have been the same.

    Oats and Beans and Barley Grow (Hops, not so much)

  • It has a maltier flavor and aroma than typical American base malts like a 2-row or 6-row base malt.

    What Makes It So "Vienna"?

  • It has a maltier flavor and aroma than typical American base malts like a 2-row or 6-row base malt.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Sweeter and maltier - not an IPA - but still a good balance of hoppiness.

    Boston Beer Roundup

  • Ms. Saunders more than capably fills that information gap: maltier brews will contribute more browning to foods such as poultry that are normally lighter in color, and bottle conditioned beers are more effervescent, and are good in a batter or sauce where the texture will make a difference.

    Fruit Ales, Mixed Cheese, Fromagination and the Common Link of Lucy Saunders

  • Most of the new beers I've had and reviewed here in the last few months have been maltier, less-hoppy beers the Hopfen-Weisse an exception, but that's a special case, in production for two years previous, and most of the "seasonal" and specialty beers I've seen recently - from everyone from Trader Joe's to Carolina Brewery to Bell's - have been the same.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Ms. Saunders more than capably fills that information gap: maltier brews will contribute more browning to foods such as poultry that are normally lighter in color, and bottle conditioned beers are more effervescent, and are good in a batter or sauce where the texture will make a difference.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Sweeter and maltier - not an IPA - but still a good balance of hoppiness.

    Archive 2008-06-01

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