Draff

Draff (drȧf) noun [ Confer Dutch draf the sediment of ale, Icelandic draf draff, husks. Confer 1st Drab .] Refuse; lees; dregs; the wash given to swine or cows; hogwash; waste matter. « Prodigals lately come from swine keeping, from eating draff and husks. ...
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Draff

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Draff

In Scotland, what is left of the grain after fermentation. It is used for animal food.
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Draff

The spent grist left behind in the mash tun after the mashing process has been completed. Being high in protein it makes excellent cattle food, and is either sold off to farmers in its 'raw' state or converted into dark grains.
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Draff

The Scottish term for what is left of the used grain after fermentation. It is used for animal food.
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Draff

A term originating from Scotland. Draff is a term for used cereal grains which are no longer useful in the production of alcohol. Rather, draff is used for livestock feed.
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