kilning

(from the article `malt`) ...by adding moisture and is arrested by removing the moisture before the young plant grows out of its seed covering. The malting process itself ... Green malt is dried to remove most of the moisture, leaving 5 percent in lager and 2 percent in traditional ale malts. This process arrests enzyme ... [2 relate...
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Kilning

In malting, the process of arresting the growth of the germinating barley before starch can be used up.
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Kilning

Kilning is the process of drying malted grain in a kiln using an indirect heat source to halt germination and evaporate much of the moisture from the malted grains. Kilning grain stated to become popular in the early 18th century and by the 19th century was the predominant method for drying malt. Prior to kilning, malt was often dried over open fla...
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kilning

The heating of malt to reduce the moisture content, and impart color and flavor. The temperature at which kilning is carried out, and the length of the kilning, determines how dark the malt will be.
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Kilning

The process of arresting the growth of the germinating barley before the starch can be used up.
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Kilning

The process of drying malted barley to prevent further germination of the barley, retaining the correct amount of starch.
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