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Malt is the soul of beer. Without it, there wouldn't be fermentable sugars for yeast to metabolise and break it down to ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. By definition, malt is a processed grain which is altered from its natural state to yield sugars for

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For over 60 years, the University of California Davis has combined the academic expertise with the practical training in its "career curriculum" to help working professionals refresh and expand their horizons. Now that e-learning is all the rage, the university has organically customised its well-known

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Wheat is one of the prime brewing ingredients and it has been the backbone of German and Belgian beer styles predominantly. The grain has been used as much for its availability and its unique taste. Although barley is the most commonly used malted grain, wheat

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