The choice of malt in a beer is responsible for many characteristics, including flavour and the all-important colour.
Malt is a grain (usually barley) that has been soaked, germinated and dried in a kiln. The malting process allows the starches in the grains to turn into sugars which are then metabolised by yeast to create alcohol. A lightly roasted malt will give a paler result, while a malt given a little more heat will create a darker beer.
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