Beer - Is produced by the brewing and fermentation of starches, mainly derived from cereal grains the most common of which is malted barley, although wheat, corn and rice are also used. Most beer is flavored with hops, which add bitterness and act as a natural preservative.


Variations of beer: Pale Ale, Stout, Porter/Dark, Mild, Wheat, Lager, Lambic



Pale Ale - is a beer which uses a top-fermenting yeast and predominantly pale malt. It is one of the world's major beer styles. Types of Pale ales: Amber ale, American Pale Ale, Bière de Garde, Burton Pale Ale, English Bitter, Irish Red ale.




Stout - is a dark beer made using roasted malt or barley, hops, water, and yeast. Types of stout: Dry or Irish Stout, Imperial Stout, Porter, Baltic Porter, Milk Stout, Oatmeal Stout, Chocolate Stout, Coffee Stout, Oyster Stout.




Mild - It is usually dark coloured with an abv of 3% to 3.6%, although there are lighter hued milds as well as stronger examples reaching 6% abv and higher.





Wheat - is brewed with a large proportion of wheat although it often also contains a significant proportion of malted barley. It is non-transparent beer, which is brewed from special sorts of wheat and hop.






Lager - is the English name for cool fermenting beers of Central European origin.






Lambic - a beer of Belgium, is naturally fermented using wild yeasts, rather than cultivated.





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