• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Malting The process of making, or of becoming malt.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: In Oregon anyone with a bad reputation is prohibited from distributing malt beverages.
    • n malting The artificial production of germination in grain for the purpose of converting its starch into the greatest possible amount of sugar, as a preparation for brewing, or the conversion by fermentation of this sugar into alcohol.
    • n malting A place where malting is carried on.
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  • A. E. Housman
    A. E. Housman
    “Malt does more than Milton can to justify God's ways to man.”


In literature:

It then receives the name of malt.
"Fragments of science, V. 1-2" by John Tyndall
The fresh wort made from malt seems to have been very efficacious in arresting the malady.
"Captain Cook" by W.H.G. Kingston
Most of it is used in the manufacture of malt, and "Canada malt" is regarded as the best.
"Commercial Geography" by Jacques W. Redway
It is produced during the malting process, and is not found in the unmalted barley.
"Elements of Agricultural Chemistry" by Thomas Anderson
It was the cat that ate the malt.
"Davy and The Goblin" by Charles E. Carryl
The same quality of malt was used in all of these brews, but the brews were of different strengths.
"A Study Of American Beers and Ales" by L.M. Tolman
Voelcker's Analyses of Malt and Barley.
"The Stock-Feeder's Manual" by Charles Alexander Cameron
Malted soapsuds, chipped mule fritters, er any o' them fancy foods?
"William Adolphus Turnpike" by William Banks
This sprouted grain is called malt.
"Child's Health Primer For Primary Classes" by Jane Andrews
Sir Richard Saltonstall was fined four bushels of malt for absenting himself from the meeting.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 11" by Various

In poetry:

'But a fat horse, and a fair woman,
Twa bony dogs to kill a deir:
But Ingland suld half found me meil and malt,
Gif I had livd this hundred yeir!
"Johnny Armstrong (original)" by Anonymous British
"Oh, stay," the maiden said, "and sup
This malted milk from this here cup."
A shudder passed through that there guy,
But with a moan he made reply:
"No beer, no work."
"No Beer, No Work" by Ellis Parker Butler
Who would not drink till he was lost,
When he could drink at others cost?
His relish for the malt and hop
Wont suffer him to miss a drop;
Though like the pail beneath the spout,
Brim-full, whate'er flows in flows out.
"The Virtues Of Election Ale" by William Hutton
And sympathetic gaolers would remark, "It's very true,
He ain't been brought up common, like the likes of me and you."
So they took him into hospital, and gave him mutton chops,
And chocolate, and arrowroot, and buns, and malt and hops.
"Mister William" by William Schwenck Gilbert
But she got her honest living out of homelier kinds of freights,
Such as salt and malt and china clay and blue Bethesda slates,
With perhaps a voyage foreign once in every good long while
For a fragrant load of oranges from far St. Michael's Isle.
"Coasting Brigantine - Unnamed" by Cicely Fox Smith
But the saltings and the maltings round from Lymington to Lynn,
And a hundred creeks and harbours from the Solent to the Swin,
From Eddystone to Lizard Head and round the Land to Wales
Knew her dipping in from seaward with the sunlight on her sails.
"Coasting Brigantine - Unnamed" by Cicely Fox Smith

In news:

You probably don't need me to tell you that malted barley (barley malt , malt , whatever) is one of the key ingredients in beer.
Carpenter said Northwest microbreweries currently import 25,000 tons of barley malt per year from Europe, ordering premium malts for definitive tastes.
(AP) — Microbreweries and home-brewers across the nation may soon be looking to Skagit Valley for one all-important ingredient needed for their varieties of beer: malt .
Last year, Valley Malt cranked out 30 tons of malt .
REVIVAL Christian and Andrea Stanley of Valley Malt , in Hadley, Mass.
Floral hops and background malt in the nose.
The Macallan is the second-largest selling single malt in the United States.
The grain bin and malt scale date back to 1902.
Vince Mandeville, head brewer at Saint Arnold Brewing in Houston says the company's Fancy Lawnmower beer is a Kölsch that uses wheat and pilsner malts and is 18 IBUs.
Main Street Perks also offers ice cream, malts and traditional, thick, need-a-spoon-to-eat shakes.
9 pounds Czech or other European pilsner malt (see note below).
Terry Malts – Killing Time (Slumberland).
On the palate it has a dry, cocoa-like richness with hints of mocha and assertive hop bitterness to balance the malt flavors.
Better Malt Makes Better Beer And better malt results from a breakdown-free process at Malteurop North America, thanks to triple-sealed bearings.
Upscale steakhouse downtown with a notable list of single-malt scotches.

In science:

The activator CRP senses glucose starvation, MalT senses maltotriose, and malEFG, malK and malS participate in maltose metabolism and transport. b.
Topological Generalizations of network motifs
We are grateful to Rainer Moll and Bj ¨orn Malte Sch ¨afer for usefull discussions and support with many valuable numerical gadgets.
Bayesian power-spectrum inference for Large Scale Structure data
The complexity of density wave and other transitions in this material was presented to us by Malte Grosche .
Quantum Criticality and Novel Phases: Summary and Outlook