Jan 15 2010

What’s the Difference Between Beers, Lagers, and Ales

Published by at 12:00 am under World of Wines

All beers can be classified as one, a lager, or two an ale. The differences are all in the brewing process. A lager or an Ale is defined by both the yeast used in the brew as well as the temperature that the fermentation takes place in. Ales are brewed with a top-fermenting yeast and is fermented faster, at warmer temperatures.

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