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crusting
 n.— «“The head is formed in the base of the glass in a process known as ‘crusting,’” he says, and the second pour “gets some theatre into the presentation.”» —“Pour form on ale’s front lines” by Willie Simpson The Age (Melbourne, Australia) Oct. 11, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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