Translation for 'malting' from English to Russian
NOUN   malting | maltings
соложение {с}
пивоваренный ячмень {м}
malting barley
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Translation for 'malting' from English to Russian

соложение {с}пиво

malting barley
пивоваренный ячмень {м}пивосель.
Usage Examples English
  • ABB's malting division, Joe White Maltings, is Australia's largest producer of malt with the capacity to produce 500,000 tonnes per annum.
  • In 1969 the distillery stopped malting its own grain and the malting floors were turned into a museum of malt whisky.
  • The Obolon Corporation has its own malting plant able to produce 120,000 tonnes of malt per year.
  • Plans were announced in April 1859 in which malting would be renewed in the winter of 1860 and a call was made for 10,000 bushels of English barley.
  • Organizations supporting craft malting include Canadian Malting Barley Technical Center in Winnipeg, the Craft Malting Guild (a trade association) and the Washington State University program mentioned above.

  • The production begins by malting, which involves the conversion of the Guinea corn or millet grains into malt and this takes place on a malting floor.
  • Originally the mill consisted of three large buildings, two for grinding wheat and corn and the third for malting barley.
  • The 1899 and 1907 buildings are remnants of what was a large floor malting operation.
  • Canadian Malting Silos is an abandoned malting factory located along the Lachine Canal in Montreal's Saint-Henri neighbourhood in Quebec, Canada.
  • Before starting Copper Fox, Wasmund apprenticed for six weeks at the Bowmore distillery on the Isle of Islay, learning the art of floor malting.

  • Lion Brewing and Malting Company of Jerningham Street, Lower North Adelaide was one of the many breweries which proliferated in Australia in the nineteenth-century.
  • The malt house, built of brick and stone, with cellars for soaking and malting barley, was located in the basement of the brewery.
  • Being the final end product of food/feed barley and malting barley, both total yield by weight and malting quality are probably influenced by most genes, respectively.
  • Towards the end of the nineteenth century, pneumatic malting was introduced, in which the barley is aerated and the temperature carefully controlled, accelerating the germination.
  • SMD had built a malting plant in Burghead, intended to provide malt for a number of SMD's distilleries; this led to Dallas Dhu stopping use of its own malting floor, which was last used on 30 March 1968.

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