Cinder Barley Grains is Rare with a total supply of 4996
3417 left (of 4996)
"Malting is the process of germinating barley grains by soaking them in water and then drying them with hot air.
The result is Malt.
What can be made from Malt? Baked goods such as biscuits and other things like chocolate, malted milk and whiskey.
But the primary use for Malt? Beer.
A sweet elixir that, in small doses, can provide a consumer with a sense of well being or even euphoria.
Cinder grains are a medium to dark grain bill and give off a caramel colour and flavour which are sought after in the making of amber ales."