WORT

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Wort

Wort t is the liquid extracted from the mashing process during the brewing of beer or whisky. Wort contains the sugars that will be fermented by the brewing yeast to produce alcohol. == Production == The first step in wort production is to make malt from dried, sprouted barley. The malt is then run through a roller mill and cracked. This cracked g...
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Wort

• (n.) A plant of any kind. • (n.) Cabbages. • (n.) An infusion of malt which is unfermented, or is in the act of fermentation; the sweet infusion of malt, which ferments and forms beer; hence, any similar liquid in a state of incipient fermentation.
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wort

<botany> The filtrate of malted grains used as the substrate for the production of beer and ale by fermentation. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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wort

(from the article `beer`) ...and lager are mashed in the same equipment, but they require different temperature programs and grist composition. Modern breweries often practice ...
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wort

noun unfermented or fermenting malt
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Wort

(wart or wert) The malt-sugar solution that is boiled prior to fermentation.
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Wort

Wort noun [ Middle English wort , wurt , Anglo-Saxon wyrt herb, root; akin to Old Saxon wurt , German wurz , Icelandic jurt , urt , Danish urt , Swedish ört , Goth. waúrts a root, Latin radix , Greek ... a root, ... a ...
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Wort

A sugar solution derived from grain by mashing and sparging.
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wort

any herb or vegetable
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wort

infusion of malt before fermentation
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Wort

Liquid that is high in fermentable starches and sugars, left after mashing. The draff is then separated and the wort is pumped into the washbacks to ferment.
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wort

mix of water, malt and additives ready for fermentation
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Wort

Old word for a plant or herb; now used only in combination, as mother-wort, spiderwort, liverwort
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Wort

The liquid drawn from the Mash Tun after the mashing process is complete. Present now here are the sugars which will later be fermented with the addition of yeast.
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Wort

The liquid obtained when malt enzymes attach a heated aqueous slurry of ground endosperm of malted and unmalted cereal.
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wort

the sweet solution created by boiling malt, hops and water. It is high in sugar and ferments when yeast is added.
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Wort

The unfermented sweet liquid that comes from mashing grains (or mixing extracts with water) and boiling hops.
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wort

Type: Term Pronunciation: wōrt Definitions: 1. A suffix in the popular names of many plants, such as liverwort, lungwort, and woundwort. 2. An infusion of malt.
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wort

Unfermented beer.
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Wort

Wort is beer before it becomes beer. After you boil the ingredients together that mixture is called wort.
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Wort

Wort is beer before it becomes beer. After you boil the ingredients together that mixture is called wort.
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Wort

Wort is the concentrated liquid that is drained from the mash tun. It contains all the soluble elements from the malted barley. (Pronunciation is key with this one - a very heavy roll on the 'r' is required.)
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Wort

Wort is the name given to the sugar rich liquid that is extracted from the mash, prior to fermentation. Prior to the boil when the hops have not yet bittered the wort, it is known as sweet wort. After the boil but prior to fermentation it is known as bitter wort since the beta acids from the hops have imparted a bitter flavor upon it.
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wort

[n] - usually used in combination: `liverwort` 2. [n] - unfermented or fermenting malt
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