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  • noun Plural form of malthouse.


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  • Their small drink is either wine and water, beer, milk and water, or water alone. 187 The richer sort of people generally brew their small beer with malt, which they have from England, though barley grows there very well; but for want of the convenience of malthouses, the inhabitants take no care to sow it.

    Colonial Children

  • Eastthorpe was a malting town, and down by the water were two or three large malthouses.

    Catharine Furze

  • Mr Anstee is not the first to hold expensive hopes for the three large malthouses built in the late 19th and early 20th century with three weirs and its own rail siding complete with crumbling railway platform.

    Blayney Chronicle

  • He planned a winery, small brewery, function rooms and a pub with more than four bars in malthouses where ferns now grow and graffiti writhes across the walls.

    Blayney Chronicle

  • We think the city itself is a museum, so visitors should try to seek out all of Milwaukee's surviving taverns, brewery buildings and malthouses when exploring the city.

    Summit Daily News - Top Stories


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