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when making whiskey (or beer) what is left of the barley?
[Mod: distilling is normally off-topic here, however, this question could equally be about making beer, since the primary subject is mashing/sparging and spent grain, so I'm keeping this question open ...
Feb 22 '13 at 9:07
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