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Weizenbier (Wheat Beer)

Wheat beer recipes are as old as Babylon, where wheat grain was often used to make a heady brew. The Middle Ages saw many new forms arise, where it was considered the brew of the nobility. Most beers of the period were dark and consuming this Weissbier (white beer) was therefore a mark of distinction.
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Measuring Beer - A Lesson In Hops and Color

Hops Who would have thought that something as subjective as 'bitterness' could be measured and quantified? But thanks to the ingenuity of brew chemists, that's just what has been done. 'Brew chemist'. How's that for a career idea to warm the heart of every college sophomore....
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Measuring Beer, A Lesson In Calculating Alcohol Content

Half-pint, pint, liter, you say? When ordering one to drink, perhaps. But, when it comes to measuring beer, brewers have something else entirely in mind. ...
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Gaining Marketing Momentum

Beer makers sometimes envy the popularity of wine. Though beer making is several thousand years older than wine - some brew recipes go back 8,000 years - in modern times it has rarely achieved the distinction of a fine wine. Rarely do hostesses ask 'Would you care for an after dinner beer?'...
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Breweriana

Found a 50-year old Budweiser can in your grandfather's garage? Don't throw it out - it might be worth $300 or more on eBay. Got a 1943 Schlitz bottle, with the label intact? If it has a 'Buy War Bonds' stamp you might be looking at a $500 'antique'. Even tin bottle tops can fetch $20 or more, especially if they're unbent....
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Yeast

Yeasts are living organisms, a uni-cellular fungus, and have a rare ability: to live with or without oxygen. In the presence of air, they multiply. In the absence of oxygen, they ferment sugars into alcohol. That's what makes beer brewing possible....
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Pouring Beer, Art or Science?

Oh, how wonderful it would be if questions like that posed in the title could be answered! Alas, it is not to be. Even so simple an act as pouring a glass of beer is surrounded with controversy. There are as many opinions on the subject as there are bartenders....
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Pairing Food and Beer

The idea of giving deep thought to which food to serve with a selected wine goes back centuries. It will surprise many that the same is true of pairing a good beer with a favorite dish....
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Lambics, First of The Great Triad

Beers are most commonly divided into two great classes, ales and lagers, depending on the yeast strain used in fermentation. But most ale and lager yeasts are cultured, with many hybrids and sub-types and sometimes the classification is a little forced....
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Lagers and Ales - Lager

Even the most avid fans would find it difficult to sample a fraction of the thousands of varieties available worldwide. But all this delightful choice is the product of a small number of single-celled fungi called: yeast....
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