A fermented liquor made from any malted grain, but commonly from barley malt, with hops or some other substance to impart a bitter flavor.
A fermented extract of the roots and other parts of various plants, as spruce, ginger, sassafras, etc.
A general term for all fermented malt beverages flavored with hops. A low level (6 to 12 percent) alcohol solution derived from the fermentation of mash by microorganisms.
drink made from fermented cereals brewed with hops.
An alcoholic beverage that is brewed from malted barley, sugar, hops, and water.
An alcoholic beverage made by the fermentation (with yeast) of malted grains, principally barley (and sometimes wheat, oats and rye) and flavored with hops (and sometimes spices and herbs); at its most basic, beer consists of water, malt, hops and yeast.
An alcoholic beverage brewed from barley malt mixed with cultured yeast for fermentation, and seasoned with hops. Popular beer varieties include Ale, Stout, Porter and Lager
A fermented beverage made from grain and other flavorings.
An alcoholic beverage made from from grain, hops, yeast, and water. Process includes mashing, sparging, and fermentation.
Generally, a fermented grain mash; also a beverage
Beverage brewed from malted barley and other grains cultured with yeast and flavored with hops. There are many varieties including ale, porter, malt liquor, bock and lager.
Staple diet of most Moravians. For medicinal purposes it is to be taken at least three times a day in large quantities. Note that the drinking of KEG or pressurised beer means the instant revocation of Moravian citizenship See also GIN
Any alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of sugars derived from grain.
Describes an alcohol-containing fermented malt beverage in general and bottom-fermented brews in particular (also see "Ale").
A fermented beverage made from barley. hops, water, and yeast, and sometimes other ingredients.
An alcoholic beverage created from water, malted barley, hops for flavour, and fermented with yeast.
An alcoholic beverage made with four primary ingredients: Water, malted barley, hops, and yeast.
a general name for alcoholic beverages made by fermenting a cereal (or mixture of cereals) flavored with hops
a complicated mixture of stuff including water, ethyl alcohol ,
a glass of wine is a mixed drink
an alcoholic beverage that is produced by the fermentation of starchy material that can be derived from grains or other plants
Bitter-tasting low alcoholic beverage made from malted cereal grain (usually barley) mixed with yeast for fermentation, and flavored with hops.
a fermented alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and flavored with hops
An alcohol drink brewed from malts and hops.
The name beer probably originates from the Anglo Saxon 'baere' which means barley.
In Austria: Caver food. In the UK: Caver Beverage. In the US: Caver refreshment. In Utah: A vile sinful drink rumored to be used by people who live somewhere else.
malt & sprouted grain, combined with water, hops, and yeast.
Beer is the generic name for alcoholic beverages produced by fermented cereals that are flavored with hops. The word is derived from the Latin verb bibere, which means "to drink."
mixture of cornmeal and water that has fermented for distilling
A drink, without which, the average Hasher would give up Hashing altogether.
Any beverage obtained by the alcoholic fermentation or infusion of barley, malt, hops or other ingredients, or any combination of them. ARS 4-101(3)
Beer is a drink that is formed by the alcoholic fermentation of hops, malt, water and yeast. Bottom fermenting beers use only barley malt, while top fermenting beer often mix barley malt with wheat, rye and other malts. This term in other languages: Deutsch: Bier English: Beer Italiano: Birra EspaÃ±ol: Cerveza FranÃ§ais: BiÃ¨re
an alcoholic beverage made from fermenting malted barley extract.
cerveza—There are several respectable lagers brewed in Costa Rica. The most popular is Imperial (una águila, after the eagle on the label), followed closely by Pilsen, Bavaria, Tropical and Heineken (brewed locally under license). Rock Ice is a newcomer gaining popularity with an extra two-tenths of a percent alcohol content. Especially in Guanacaste a tall glass of ice often accompanies the bottle, and yes, you are supposed to pour the beer in the glass. These brews are priced from $0.75 to $3.00US depending on where you are drinking. Imported beers are available in most upscale hotel and resort bars, casinos and restaurants.
is a fermented beverage made from barley malt or other cereal grains. From the Latin dibere (to drink). Lager beer is a light, dry beer. Ale is heavier and more bitter than lager. Bock beer, porter and stout are progressively heavier, darker, richer and sweeter.
A low alcohol (usually a maximum of 5 percent alcohol by weight) beverage brewed from malted barley mixed with cultured yeast for fermentation and flavored with hops. There are many varieties of beer including Ale, Stout, Porter and America's favorite, Lager. Beer adds character and flavor to many foods from bread to stew.
Barley Pop, Bottle Bass, Suds, Brewski, or any fermented drink using grains, hops, yeast, and water.
Da Yoopers favorite drink.
Name given alcohol-containing beverages produced by fermenting grain, specifically malt, and flavored with hops.
Generic name for alcoholic beverages produced by fermenting a cereal or a mixture of cereals, flavored with hops.
An alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and flavored by hops, encompasses ales and larger.
A fermented beverage made from malted cereal grain such as barley, wheat, rice, and others in addition to hops, yeast, and water. Lager, ale, porter, stout, all Belgian specialties & German specialties included -- it's all beer.
Fermented liquor brewed from malt or from a mixture of malt substitutes and flavoured with hops or other bitters. In Australia the word â€œbeerâ€ in used in a very general sense to include ale, lager, pilsener, bitter, draught, stout and others.
Beverage of choice for skydivers
Generic term for an alcoholic drink made from grain. Includes both ale and lager.
Curious fermented brew frequently drunk (or is that drunk frequently?) by skittlers
An alcoholic drink made from yeast-fermented malt.
A generic term describing all malted beverages whether top or bottom fermented.
Works well in bread. Just replace some or all of the liquid in your recipe with beer 1 to1. Remember, if you don't want to drink it you won't want to eat it.
Also known as wash. The alcoholic liquid that goes into the still.
Beer was brought to Gaul and Germany by the Romans. The Belgians considered it to be Magic Potion. The British drank it warm.
A heavenly liquid which Belgians have perfected thanks to centuries of intense contemplation by silent orders of monks. Beer is the very essence of the land, the blood of the nation, heaven served in a variety of peculiarly shaped drinking receptacles.
n. Libation of the gods. An alcoholic drink that has been around since the time of the Ancient Egyptians, and (usually) consists of four ingredients: malted barley, hops, water and yeast. During the Middle Ages, beer was frequently consumed in lieu of water, as public water sanitation was lacking or nonexistent. No known human pathogens can survive the brewing process, so making one's own beer is very safe.
A fermented malt beverage.
Wort or Mash that has had yeast added which is either partly or completely fermented. Also known as Wash.
Generic term that describes any fermented beverage made from barley malt or other cereal grains. Originally denoted products containing hops instead of other herbs. From the Latin bibere meaning to drink
Any beverage made by fermenting a wort made from malted barley and seasoned with hops.
Any fermented drink made primarily from malted grain and seasoned with hops. Lagers, Ales, Stouts and other styles are all beers.
A low-alcohol beverage brewed from malted barley and cereals (such as corn or rye) mixed with yeast (for fermentation) and flavored with hops. Since about 90% of beer is water, the water used in very important to the taste of the beer.
Fateful of disappointments if drinking from a bar. To see others drinking, work of designing intriguers will displace your fairest hopes. To habitus of this beverage, harmonious prospectives are foreshadowed, if pleasing, natural and cleanly conditions survive. The dream occurrences frequently follow in the actual.
The preferred beverage used when playing beirut (beer pong). See Also: Beverage
a mild alcoholic drink made by boiling malted barley with hops and then fermenting.
An alcoholic beverage made from grains rich in starch such as malted barley that are converted into sugar, and then into alcohol and carbon dioxide with the assistance of yeast and enzymes. Beer is flavored with hops, the dried, ripe flowers of the Humulus Lupulus that contain a bitter, aromatic oil. Serve lighter beers iced cold in lager glasses or steins; richer, fuller beers should be served slightly less chilled. Many have specific traditional glassware that suits their style. Beer goes with any type of food, but excels with salty or spicy dishes. See also Lager, Pilsner, Bockbier, Malt Liquor, Ale, Porter, Stout, and SakÃ©.
Beer is the world's oldestOrigin and History of Beer and Brewing: From Prehistoric Times to the Beginning of Brewing Science and Technology, John P. Arnold. ISBN 0-9662084-1-2 and most popular alcoholic beverage, selling more than 133 billion litres (35 billion gallons) per year - producing total global revenues of $331.8 billion in 2004http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/53577/beer_global_industry_guide.htm.