Definitions

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  • adj. Not malted, ungerminated.

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  • adj. of grain that has not been converted into malt

Etymologies

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un- +‎ malted

Examples

  • At the same time other substitutes, such as unmalted corn and preparations of rice and maize, had come into favour, the quantity of these substances used being in

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  • Take a sip and the sweetness gives way to notes of coffee (from roasted, unmalted barley, also a key ingredient in regular Guinness), burnt caramel and licorice, followed by a long, dry, roasty (almost to the point of ashy) finish.

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  • Malts that are high in protein also wheat and unmalted barley lend comparatively more binding power for the bubbles, thus provide more head.

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  • While some smokiness may be prevalent and roasted unmalted barley can provide some dry grainy earthiness, there is very little get in the way of the base malts.

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  • The unmalted barley thus gains the flavor but is not cooked.

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  • Cold smoking is a process whereby the smoke-ee (the unmalted barley) is held at room temperature separate from, but in the same enclosed space as, the smoke-ed (applewood in this case).

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  • Instead, he substituted about 10 percent of the barley malt with untaxed, roasted, unmalted barley.

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  • Most Irish whisky is made from a mixture of about 40% malted and 60% unmalted barley.

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  • In the second stage, the malted grain is mixed with some water and with unmalted but cooked grains—rice, wheat, barley—and the malt enzymes digest the cooked starch granules to produce a sweet slurry.

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  • The grain bill for a lambic should be 30 to 50 percent unmalted wheat, and the balance two-row pale malt.

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