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barm         
FOAM ON FERMENTING LIQUOR
Barms; Krausen; Beer barm; Emptins
n.
Yeast, ferment, leaven.
barm         
FOAM ON FERMENTING LIQUOR
Barms; Krausen; Beer barm; Emptins
¦ noun
1. the froth on fermenting malt liquor.
2. archaic or dialect yeast or leaven.
Origin
OE beorma, of W. Gmc origin.
Barm         
FOAM ON FERMENTING LIQUOR
Barms; Krausen; Beer barm; Emptins
·noun The lap or bosom.
II. Barm ·noun Foam rising upon beer, or other malt liquors, when fermenting, and used as leaven in making bread and in brewing; yeast.

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Examples of use of Barm
1. Croxteth v Portofino, Binlid Barm and Turbo Shandy, or sea bass ravioli and Bellini Top hang–out Portofino: The picturesque cobbled square, lined with exclusive seafood restaurants which offer the perfect vantage point for watching the beautiful jet–setters.
2. Restaurants Portofino: La Terrazza, the candlelit terrace of the Hotel Splendido, where guests pay around 200 for a dinner of sea bass ravioli in a red snapper sauce with a local Ligurian wine Croxteth: The All–Day Breakfast Bar, which offers a ‘binlid barm‘ for 3, with two eggs, bacon, sausage, black pudding, mushrooms and beans or tomatoes.