maltster

noun
malt·​ster | \ˈmȯlt-stər \

Definition of maltster 

: a maker of malt

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Now California is poised to get its first micro-maltster. Jay R. Brooks, The Mercury News, "Beer’s micro-malt renaissance and Alameda’s Admiral Maltings," 16 Mar. 2017 The seminars this year featured discussions on innovations in using fruit and vegetables in beers, the resurgence of ancient styles and the rise of local barley growers and maltsters. John Frank, The Denver Post, "Big Beers festival makes its debut in Breckenridge," 8 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of maltster

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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