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Definition of Malt house

Malt house
Malt Malt, a. Relating to, containing, or made with, malt. Malt liquor, an alcoholic liquor, as beer, ale, porter, etc., prepared by fermenting an infusion of malt. Malt dust, fine particles of malt, or of the grain used in making malt; -- used as a fertilizer. `` Malt dust consists chiefly of the infant radicle separated from the grain.' --Sir H. Davy. Malt floor, a floor for drying malt. Malt house, or Malthouse, a house in which malt is made. Malt kiln, a heated chamber for drying malt.

Meaning of Malt house from wikipedia

- redirects here. for other uses, see maltings (disambiguation). a malt house, or maltings, is a building where cereal grain is converted into malt
- 37.8047250°n 122.4125250°w / 37.8047250; -122.4125250 the north beach malt house is an historical landmark building, located at 445 francisco street in
- the malting house school (also known as the malting house garden school) was an experimental educational institution that operated from 1924 to 1929.
- a maltings or malt house is a building where cereal grain is converted into malt. maltings may also refer to: the maltings, a malt house in mittagong,
- stream running into the pill. there was a quey, granary, two limekilns, malt house, warehouse, corn mill, three watermills (dating from 1298, 1309 and 1423)
- operations included runs to sodus point, where genesee beer & ale maintained a malt house operation. the marion branch (former newark & marion railway) was operated
- there was a malt house on george griffin’s farm near a small tributary of the eightmile river called malt house brook. the malt house was abandoned
- castle (now a catholic youth retreat centre), st peter's church, the malt house, st john's church and alton towers. alton was served by the alton railway