Mash

• (v. t.) To convert into a mash; to reduce to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressure; to bruise; to crush; as, to mash apples in a mill, or potatoes with a pestle. Specifically (Brewing), to convert, as malt, or malt and meal, into the mash which makes wort. • (n.) A mesh. • (n.) A mess; trouble. • (n.) A mixture of meal or ...
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mash

(from the article `beer`) The milled malt, called grist, is mixed with water, providing conditions in which starch, other molecules, and enzymes are dissolved and rapid enzyme ... Preparing the mash[2 related articles]
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mash

(n.) a mixture of milled malted grains and hot water used to produce the sweet wort needed in brewing. (v.) mixing ground malt with hot water in the mash tun to extract the malt starch and convert it to grain starches and fermentable sugars.
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Mash

(verb)
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Mash

(verb)
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Mash

(Verb) To release malt sugars by soaking the grains in water. (Noun) The resultant mixture.
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mash

1. A mass of mixed ingredients reduced to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressure; a mass of anything in a soft pulpy state. Specifically, ground or bruised malt, or meal of rye, wheat, corn, or other grain (or a mixture of malt and meal) steeped and stirred in hot water for making the wort. ... 2. A mixture of meal or bran and water fed to anima...
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Mash

1.(verb) To make a thick mixture of hot water with crushed malt and in some cases, adjuncts, in which the grain starches are converted to sugar
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mash

noun mixture of ground animal feeds
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MASH

[game] MASH is a two-player paper-and-pencil game, commonly played by preteens intended to predict one`s future. The name is an abbreviation of `Mansion, Apartment, Shack/Street/Shed/Sewers, and House`. The game can be expanded to `DMASH` (the D standing for Dome) or `MASHO` (O standing for outhouse). The game revolves around a set of headi...
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Mash

Mash noun A mesh. [ Obsolete]
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Mash

Mash transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mashed ; present participle & verbal noun Mashing .] [ Akin to German meischen , maischen , to mash, mix, and probably to mischen , English mix . See 2d ...
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Mash

A firearm
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mash

A mixture of crushed malt, (possibly) other adjunct grains, and water. The mash undergoes one or more temperature rests, which activate various enzymes present in the malt. These enzymes break down proteins and starches in the malt, into simpler compounds (amino acids and sugars).
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Mash

An acronym for Multi-stage noise shaping. This is the name given to the digital advances that were i
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Mash

As a noun, a mixture of crushed grains and hot water. As a verb, the process of mixing crushed grains with hot water to cause a conversion of starches to fermentable sugars by enzyme action.
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Mash

Bharta
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Mash

Grain or malt that is ground or crushed before being steeped. Used in brewing beer and in the fermentation of whiskey.
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Mash

Liquid composed of grist mixed with boiling water. This extracts soluble starch, which is converted into maltose by the enzyme amylase. The liquid that is drained from the mash tun and fermented is called the worts.
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Mash

Malt mixed with hot water to form wort. Mashing follows malting and precedes fermentation in the whisky-making process, and the mash of grist and hot water is mixed in a large, circular vessel, known as a mash tun. Mashing extracts soluble sugars from the malted grain.
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Mash

MASH (properly M*A*S*H) was an American anti-war situation comedy television show about a mobile army surgical hospital during the Korean War. MASH was created by Larry Gelbart, and Gene Reynolds and projected Alan Alda in the starring role of 'Hawkeye' to international fame. MASH was produced by CBS and TCF and ran from 1972 to 1983, becoming more...
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Mash

Mash is British slang for to make tea.
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MASH

Mobile Army Surgical Hospital
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Mash

Porridge-like mixture of grist and hot water which is created in the mash tun.
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Mash

The hot water steeping process that promotes enzymatic breakdown of the grist into soluble, fermentable sugars.
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