Lovibond

A measurement of color. The scale starts at 0 (zero) and goes to over 500. The higher the number the darker the color.
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Lovibond

A measurement of color. The scale starts at 0 (zero) and goes to over 500. The higher the number the darker the color.
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Lovibond

A scale used to specify the color of malt; the higher the number, the darker the malt. Most base malts have a Lovibond rating below 10 (dark Munich malts may be slightly higher). Crystal/caramel and toasted malts generally have a Lovibond rating of between 10 and 100. Roasted malts are typically above 400.
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Lovibond

Lovibond is one of the methods used to measure the color of beer. Using the Lovibond method, a beers color is compared against colored glass slides to determine a numerical value for the beer. The more recently created and more precise Standard Reference Method has for the most part replaced the Lovibond method of measuring the beer color.
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Lovibond

the scale often used to evaluate malt, wort and beer color.
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Lovibond

The scale, in degrees, on which American brewers measure the color of malt, wort and occasionally the color of beer
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Lovibond

Type: Term Pronunciation: lō′vĭ-bond Definitions: 1. J.L., 20th-century English dermatologist. See: Lovibond angle, Lovibond profile sign
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