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Malt is the soul of beer. Without it, there wouldn't be fermentable sugars for yeast to metabolise and break it down to ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. By definition, malt is a processed grain which is altered from its natural state to yield sugars for

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For over 60 years, the University of California Davis has combined the academic expertise with the practical training in its "career curriculum" to help working professionals refresh and expand their horizons. Now that e-learning is all the rage, the university has organically customised its well-known

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Czech Republic has been serving beer from side-pull faucets for years. Recently, they have been gaining popularity in the US and across the world. Popping up everywhere from craft beer bars to brewery taprooms, side-pull faucets are trending in a good way. Side-pull faucets can

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What is a place which is arguably better than a real library? The Bier Library. Renowned for their huge library of beer styles from around the globe and a staff that always knows what you’ll like. Just don’t try to taste them all in one

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Beer poking is an age-old tradition which dates back more than 400 years ago. It was quite popular in the colonial era where a combination of heat and alcohol was preferred during the cold winters. When Colonial Americans were sitting by the campfires in winter,

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Foam is one of the main attributes that separates beer from other refreshing beverages. It is considered one of the most intriguing characteristics of a beer. To highlight its significance, tapsters at Pilsner Urquell in Pilsen, Czech Republic have created three different types of pour.

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Altbier is the traditional German beer style that is brewed around the historical Rhineland region and in and around the city of Düsseldorf. Altbier literally translates to ‘Old Beer’ as it uses an older style of brewing that was common before bottom-fermenting lager brewing became

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Image Courtesy: Spiegelau Although it is much easier to drink straight from the bottle or a can, you really are not doing any justice to beer or your taste buds. It is always recommended to use a proper beer glassware to appreciate the beer style even

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Kentucky Common is a rare historical beer style which was exclusively brewed and sold around the Louisville, Kentucky area. It is one of the beers that Americans can call native. Before prohibition, this American style was fairly popular in the Bourbon territory as it was

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Being an exclusive, beer-centric and neutral industry-focused media house, Brewer World has the exclusive advantage of creating a platform for the Indian beer industry and all its stakeholders to explore opportunities in the global beer market, engage with the world’s top brands and expand business

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