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Harvest time for essential cereal crops such as wheat and barley took place in the spring.
Cook, covered, until barley is tender, about 1 hour.
Its popularity has risen over the years, with some brewers considering hops as essential as water or barley in the brewing process.
There’s grain whiskey, made with cereal grains, including no more than 30 percent malted barley, using a column still.
Roasted barley produces chocolate and coffee flavors with a lasting vanilla finish.
Carrots are allowed up to 5 ppm, barley as much as 30 ppm and certain grains 100 ppm, according to government standards.
The star of their portfolio, this pure malt (read: 100% malted barley) blends various stocks of Scottish-origin whisky, all aged for a minimum of 18 years, with Japanese-distilled whisky, and ages the whole thing on Japan’s west coast.
The fertile land, which underwent many changes in ownership and composition, has hosted immigrants, homesteaders and squatters; fed cattle, horses, pigs, chickens and turkeys; and been used to grow fruit and nut orchards, and wheat and barley.
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BARLEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of barley for English Language Learners
: a kind of grain used for food and to make beer and whiskey; also : the plant on which this grain grows
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