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  • noun Plural form of malting.

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Examples

  • ScottishPower has signed a contract with Diageo, the drinks group, to provide power from the project to eight distilleries and maltings on Islay, including the makers of the Laphroaig and Lagavulin whiskies.

    Scottish firm BiFab wins £4m contract to build prototype tidal energy turbine

  • The colorful stores and cafes along the long main street that runs parallel to the sea are plastered with fliers advertising performances of Bach in the old maltings, Schubert amid the abbey ruins or Mozart over lunch in the Jubilee Hall.

    Suffolk Chic

  • Possibly even a maltings on the farm to malt their own grains and windmills on location to provide power; the water will come from a local well.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The reality was Eulberg Brothers was also a maltings, a facility for malting barley, and it used this cover as a front for its now-illegal "real" beer production.

    Prohibition and Eulberg Brothers Brewery

  • Possibly even a maltings on the farm to malt their own grains and windmills on location to provide power; the water will come from a local well.

    Some Random Thoughts

  • The reality was Eulberg Brothers was also a maltings, a facility for malting barley, and it used this cover as a front for its now-illegal "real" beer production.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Canal, and has agricultural trade, manufactures of condensed milk and artificial manure, maltings and flour-mills; while an old industry survives to a modified extent in the manufacture of pillow-lace.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"

  • On the 16th June, 1785, there was a fire at Biggleswade, which in the space of less than five hours burnt down one hundred and three dwelling-houses and nine maltings.

    Fragments of Two Centuries Glimpses of Country Life when George III. was King

  • At the recent Brewery Exhibition, some of the machinery used in these new maltings was shown in action by M.ssrs.H. Stopes & Co., together with drawings of a malting constructed at Troyes for M. Bonnette under

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 433, April 19, 1884

  • Our boat was what I, speaking unprofessionally, should call a small sea-boat, but I believe she was built years ago at Strand-on-the-Green, the pretty old village with maltings and poplar trees that fringes the river below Kew Bridge.

    The Naturalist on the Thames

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  • (n): a building where barley is converted to malt for use in brewing or distilling. Also known as malthouse or malting floor

    January 5, 2009