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Because beer is composed mainly of water, the source of the water and its characteristics have an important effect on the character of the beer.
Although beer and wine are both fermented and undistilled, wine is made from basic materials rich in natural sugar, while beer is made from materials high in starch.
Modern-day pubs keep their beer constantly at this temperature, but originally beer would be served at the temperature of the cellar in which it was stored.
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 Beer and nationality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Other remarkable brands are Stolichno (bock beer produced by Zagorka), Shumensko (both lager and red ale, produced in the city of Shumen), Burgasko (produced in the city of Burgas), MM (produced in the city of Varna), Pirinsko (brewed in the city of Blagoevgrad), and Plevensko (produced in the city of Pleven).
Beer is a historic traditions in Latvia and is known to have been made before the Northern Crusades in the thirteenth century.
Taybeh Beer is Palestinian beer brewed to a recipe derived from monks in the middle ages.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Beer_and_nationality   (1872 words)

 ipedia.com: Beer Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Beer was important to early Romans, but during Republican times wine displaced beer as the preferred alcoholic beverage, and beer became considered a beverage fit only for barbarians.
Hopped beer was imported to England (from the Netherlands) as early as 1400 in Winchester and hops were being planted on the island by 1428.
Beers such as those made by Anheuser-Busch and Coors followed a restricted pilsner style, with large-scale industrial processes and the use of low-cost ingredients (such as rice and corn).
www.ipedia.com /beer.html   (4012 words)

 English beer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In addition cask conditioned beer rather than bottled beer is still normal, with the beer finishing its maturing in casks in the cellar of the pub rather than at the brewery.
Proponents of British beer say that it relies on subtler flavours than that of other nations, and these are brought out by serving it at a temperature that would make other beers seem harsh.
Where harsher flavours do exist in beer (most notably in those brewed in Yorkshire), these are traditionally mitigated by serving the beer through a hand pump fitted with a sparkler, a device that mixes air with the beer, oxidising it slightly and softening the flavour.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/English_beer   (832 words)

 Beer: beer pong, belgian beer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Beer is one of the oldest human-produced beverages, possibly dating back to at least the 7th millennium BC (perhaps prior even to bread), and recorded in the written history of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.
In Europe, beer was being produced by or for monasteries as early as the 7th century.
Beer is drunk from a variety of vessels, such as a glass, a beer stein, a mug, a pewter tankard or even a beer bottle or can.
winelib.com /wiki/Beer   (3708 words)

 beer Resource Center - beer belly
Because beer is composed billy's got his beer goggles on mainly of water, the source of the water and its characteristics have an important effect on the character of the beer.
A beer's style is a label that describes the overall flavour and often the origin of a beer, according to a system that has evolved by trial and error over many centuries.
Wood-aged beers are any traditional or experimental beer that has been aged in a wooden barrel or have been in contact with wood (in the form of chips, cubes or "beans") for a period of time (Oak is the most common).
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 Locust St.
Beer songs can be happy, but the joy derives mainly from the happy effects of the beer, or perhaps from the mere pleasure of being somewhere away from home drinking beer.
Beer was safer to imbibe than water, which was often polluted with animal and human filth, and provided a happy buzz to end a wearying day of farming or hunting.
Sahti, a Finnish beer, is one of the last surviving "primitive" beers, hailing to the 9th or 10th Century.
inkhornterm.blogspot.com /2005/11/7-drinks-of-mankind-beer-schlitz.html   (2543 words)

 Beer - Alternative medicine - Alternative medicine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Beer, generically, is an alcoholic beverage produced through the fermentation of sugars suspended in an aqueous medium, and which is not distillationdistilled after fermentation.
Beer is one of the oldest beverages human has produced, dating back to at least the 5th millennium BC and recorded in the written history of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.
The addition of hop (plant)hops to beer for bitter (taste)bittering, preservation, and aroma is a relatively recent innovation: in the Middle Ages many other mixtures of herbs were often employed in beer prior to hops.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Beer   (3725 words)

 Ireland Information Guide , Irish, Counties, Facts, Statistics, Tourism, Culture, How
Larger quantities of beer foam than shown atop this glass caused a stir in 1990s England when people received less than a pint (568 ml) of beer for the price of a pint.
Australians are divided over their beer by their state; Queenslanders love their XXXX; South Australians drink Coopers; in New South Wales they drink Tooheys; Victorians prefer a VB; Western Australians drink Swan beer; and Tasmanians are further divided; those in the north drink Boags, and those in the south drink Cascade.
The demand for beer in the hot Indian climate by the British administrators and the troops was so great that it led to the creation of a completely new style of beer by George Hodgson in his London brewery — India Pale Ale.
www.irelandinformationguide.com /Beer   (4669 words)

 Michael Jackson's Beer Hunter - Why Dollar celebrates tonight
Beers are brewed especially for the competition and there were 72 entries this year.
Two champion beers are chosen: one from a micro, the other from a regional or national.
Among the English beers, I enjoyed a refreshingly crisp and fruity beer, with a martini-like finish, from the Hambleton brewery, in North Yorkshire.
www.beerhunter.com /documents/19133-001826.html   (702 words)

 Beer Frontier. Aventures of a Beer Activist.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Literally, fresh beer, or morning beer, bia hoi is, from what I could gather, technically a lager, brewed with as much as 50% rice adjunct.
And while a handful of foreign beer aficionados might disdain such a brew, preferring to drink their more expensive all-barley beers nose held high in the air, Ha Noi’s populace has no such concern with beer esoterica, nor do most of the budget backpacker tourists.
This ‘fresh beer’ is so called because it is delivered in plastic kegs each morning to retailers where it is drunk until it is gone, to be replaced with a fresh keg the following morning.
www.beeractivist.com /beerfrontier.htm   (2582 words)

 Toon Ale Newcastle Beer: Beer Styles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
However, in addition to ales and lagers, there are other classical beer styles such as wheat beers, porters, stouts, and lambics – to name a few – that merit differentiation.
Through this agreement (which was law up to 1988), beers from Germany tend to have a good reputation for their quality.
There are a variety of different styles of German beer, such as Helles (lager from Bavaria), Weizen (fermented wheat beer), Kölsch (top-fermented beer from the Cologne region), Alt (a dark beer drunk around Düsseldorf and Dortmund), Pilsner, Export (a milder version of Pilsner) and Bockbier (a dark strong beer).
www.toonale.co.uk /styles.htm   (2523 words)

 The Brewery Worker
Beer was given freely to employees throughout their workday.
Some historians interpret this practice as being a means of keeping the workers subdued, thus being less likely to rebel against their working conditions.
Others point out that beer was simply a daily staple for Germans, who were far and away the largest nationality employed in breweries.
www.beerhistory.com /library/holdings/labor.shtml   (578 words)

 American Beer Month: Controversial Again - July 2003
It's American Beer Month, the 31 days of the year in which American breweries try to convince the general public that they should drink domestic beer simply because it is, well, American.
Coors' beer has little to do with beer, and the company's ads could be just as easily used to sell cars, condoms or Cheese Whiz.
Beer in the Land of Stout, Nov 1999
www.worldofbeer.com /features/feature-200307.html   (1007 words)

 Food aficionados discover that beer, chocolate go together well
When Portland, Ore., beer writer Fred Eckhardt pioneered his beer and chocolate tasting sessions about 15 years ago, the response was less than overwhelming.
When he conducts tastings, Slosberg finds that chocolate can be the key for neophytes to enjoy some of the craft and imported beers that they normally might shy away from.
Hoppy beers generally don't work with chocolate, but Slosberg found a bitter Indian pale ale a perfect match for his Maltimus Maximus chocolate bar.
www.azcentral.com /home/chocolate/articles/0211chocbeer11.html   (1029 words)

 Michael Jackson's Beer Hunter - I would do Conan's TV show again
Some beer-lovers think the tone of our encounter was unhelpful to the cause, and that I should have known better than to accept the invitation to appear.
I had with me a bottle of Boscos Flaming Stone Beer, which gave me the opportunity to indulge in double-entendres concerning Conan's having "hot rocks." He responded by "threatening" me with a bottle of Old English 800.
I described it as being full of sugar, the nastiest beer in America...and he became mildly earnest for a moment to say how much he had enjoyed my book.
www.beerhunter.com /documents/19133-000154.html   (569 words)

 nationality - OneLook Dictionary Search
NATIONALITY : 1911 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica [home, info]
Phrases that include nationality: australian nationality law, austrian nationality law, barbados nationality law, beer and nationality, beer by nationality, more...
Words similar to nationality: country, land, nation, nationalities, a people, more...
www.onelook.com /?w=nationality   (249 words)

 Jan de Beer Online
Original works by Jan de Beer available for purchase at art galleries worldwide
Jan de Beer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
All images and text on this Jan de Beer page are copyright 1999-2005 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/beer_jan_de.html   (180 words)

 Val Beer - playwright
To search for published plays by Val Beer click on one of the bookstore links above.
You will be shown all Plays in print by Val Beer.
Val Beer : Click on a Play title below for more information
www.doollee.com /PlaywrightsB/BeerVal.htm   (118 words)

 Meuse Beer Posters by Alphonse Mucha at AllPosters.com
Meuse Beer Posters by Alphonse Mucha at AllPosters.com
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 Top-beers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Mark / Name of the Beer / Origin / Nationality
If a beer has been tested more than once, the given mark is the best - not the average
78,75 Stevens Point Special Beer Premium Stevens Point USA
members.aol.com /luwi6/BEER/8-3-4.htm   (46 words)

 Alcohol - Main Page
Following table shows the list of popular beers within individual countries in which they originate:
Dreher Classic, Arany Ászok, Borsodi Világos, Borsodi Barna, Borsodi Bivaly, Borsodi Póló and Borostyán, Soproni, Talléros, Arany Hordó ("Golden Barrel"), Soproni Kinizsi, Sárkány Sör ("Dragon Beer"), Pécsi Szalon, Szalon Barna, Tavaszi Sör ("Spring Beer"), Három Királyok ("Three Kings")
Ursus, Silva beer, Timisoreana, Bergenbier, Ciucas, Bucegi, Neumarkt
homepage.ntlworld.com /darsh25/beer_nationality.html   (175 words)

 Jan de Beer Art Gallery Guide
Galleries: Please register to list your site on this page at no cost
Jan de Beer in Museums and Public Art Galleries
All images and text on this Jan de Beer page are copyright 1999-2004 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
www.artcyclopedia.com /gallery/beer_jan_de.html   (107 words)

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