bitter beer


bitter beer
bitter beer
Pale ale, a highly hopped beer made from the very finest selected malt and hops (mild or sweet ale being comparatively lightly hopped)
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  • Beer style — is a term used to differentiate and categorize beers by various factors such as colour, flavour, strength, ingredients, production method, recipe, history, or origin.The modern theory of beer style is largely based on the work done by the late… …   Wikipedia

  • Beer in Australia — is mostly now lagerFact|date=September 2007. Although Australia was settled predominantly by the British, it was found that, before the availability of modern temperature control systems, the brewing, distribution and storage of British style ale …   Wikipedia

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  • Beer in Ireland — is dominated by stout. Brewing in Ireland has a long history, and by the beginning of the nineteenth century there were over two hundred breweries in the country, fifty five of them in Dublin. During the nineteenth century the number of breweries …   Wikipedia

  • Beer in New Zealand — Beer is the most popular alcoholic drink in New Zealand, accounting for 63% of available alcohol for sale.[1] New Zealand is ranked 19th in beer consumption per capita, at around 75.5 litres per person per annum. The vast majority of beer… …   Wikipedia

  • Beer in Slovenia — is dominated by the pale lager market. Most commonly known brands of Slovenian beer are Laško and Union, although smaller breweries exist. History There was several minor breweries in Slovenia before 19th century. First larger brewery Pivovarna… …   Wikipedia


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