Origin of malted
- to convert (grain) into malt by soaking it in water and allowing it to germinate.
- to treat or mix with malt, malt extract, etc.
- to make (liquor) with malt.
- to become malt.
- to produce malt from grain.
Origin of malt
Examples from the Web for malted
Contemporary Examples of malted
The malted barley, yeast, and water are cooked, fermented, and distilled exactly the same.How Much Do Whisky Casks Really Affect Taste?
December 10, 2014
More than half of the patrons at the bar are holding glasses full of Casa Bruja's malted barley red ale.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama
November 30, 2014
A single malt is made with malted barley in pot stills at a single distillery.Don't Be a Single-Malt Scotch Snob
August 9, 2014
Gose is athousand-year-old style of German malted wheat beer brewed with coriander and salt.Wine Snobs, There’s a Beer for You
April 5, 2014
Historical Examples of malted
Malted milk, kumyss, or matzoon may be given in place of milk.The Eugenic Marriage, Volume IV. (of IV.)
"She likes her malted milk in it, you know she does, Mary," said the girl.Fernley House
Laura E. Richards
An aqueous infusion of malted grain which, after being boiled with hops, has undergone the vinous fermentation; malt-liquor.
These are ground and mixed with bruised malt, in various proportions, and are mashed in a similar manner to malted grain.
I feel somewhat shaken, and will have my malted milk in my own room.Hildegarde's Harvest
Laura E. Richards
- to make into or become malt
- to make (something, esp liquor) with malt
Word Origin for malt
mid-15c., "to convert grain to malt," from malt (n.). Meaning + "to make with malt" is from c.1600. Related: Malted; malting. Malt liquor (which is fermented, not brewed) first attested 1690s. Malted "a drink with malted milk" is from 1945.
Old English malt (Anglian), mealt (West Saxon), from Proto-Germanic *maltam (cf. Old Norse malt, Old Saxon malt, Middle Dutch, Dutch mout, Old High German malz, German Malz "malt"), from PIE *meld- (cf. melt), extended form of root *mel- "soft," probably via notion of "softening" the grain by steeping it in water before brewing. Finnish mallas, Old Church Slavonic mlato are considered to be borrowed from Germanic.
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