The barley used to make the whisky is "malted" by soaking the grain in water for two to three days and allowing it to germinate.This process releases enzymes, which convert starch (which is insoluble in water and not available for fermentation by yeast) to fermentable sugars.
When complete, the liquid has an alcohol content of 5 to 7% by volume, and is now known as wash.Most distilleries use different water sources in the various steps, and this becomes a crucial part of the character of the end product.Most new-make malt whisky is diluted to about 62.5% before it is placed in casks to mature.More subtle malts can have phenol levels of around 2–3 ppm.Entirely non-smoked (non-peated, unpeated) malts are made by the Glengoyne Distillery, which only uses hot air for drying.
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However, most of the distilleries now use commercial "maltsters" to prepare their malt.The germination is halted (by heating) after three to five days, when the optimum amount of starch has been converted to fermentable sugars.The method for drying the germinated barley is by heating it with hot air produced by an oil, coal or even electric heat source. Singletrail ulm In most cases, some level of smoke from a peat-heated fire is introduced to the kiln to add phenols, a smoky aroma and flavour to the whisky.For example, there is no definition of the term single with relation to whisky in the law of the United States, and some American whiskey advertised as single malt whisky is produced from malted rye rather than malted barley.
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