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The Ultimate Guide On Beer - Beer Facts For Beer Lovers Thomas Rogers

The Ultimate Guide On Beer - Beer Facts For Beer Lovers

Thomas Rogers

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Beer as adfrink dates back on the early Neolithic era, about 11,000 years ago. The procedure of brewing beer was, most likely, discovered by many cultures independent of each other. The earliest chemical evidence of beer was found in the ZagrosMoreBeer as adfrink dates back on the early Neolithic era, about 11,000 years ago. The procedure of brewing beer was, most likely, discovered by many cultures independent of each other. The earliest chemical evidence of beer was found in the Zagros Mountains in western Iran.Brewing beer and distributing it are referenced in many of the earliest human writings. Recall your high school history and the Code of Hammurabi? If not, thats okay. Anyway, this Babylonian code of laws was written nearly 4,000 years ago and it contains rules regarding the production and distribution of beer. Or how about this- in Mesopotamia they had a beer goddess, Ninkasi, and one of the prayers recited to her was a recipe for beer! Actually, numerous years ago, Anchor Brewing Company made a limited edition and branded it Ninkasi. The recipe was based on a reconstruction of the original ancient one and included twice baked bread, malt, honey and dates. Interestingly, it did not involve hops so it ended up being much sweeter than modern beers. This just proves that those golden suds have a much more fascinating history than you knew!All beers are classified into two primary types: Pale Lagers which are the most well-liked around the world, and Ales which are distinct to the region where they are brewed. These two primary types are further determined into other varieties like stout, brown ale and pale ale. Beer is frequently created with about 4%-6% alcohol but could contain as little as less than one percent or, rarely, over 20%!Beer was introduced to Europe around 5,000 years ago and was most certainly not the same sort of beer we know today. In those days beer brewing used fruits, honey, various types of plants, spices and even a few narcotic herbs.Note that hops arent on the list. The first mention of hops in the brewing of beer comes 1,200 years ago by an Abbot (by the 7th century beer was being brewed and sold by monasteries).It took the Industrial Revolution to bring beer brewing into what we would recognise today. It was throughout this time that both hydrometers and thermometers were invented. These gave the brewers much more control over the procedure and the capacity to predict the results. This potential to standardize results led to brewing in much greater quantities and shipment over much wider areas.Now, the brewing industry spans the globe. Where there are numerous large international companies that dominate the market, there are literally thousands of tiny brewers additionally producing beer. Here is an additional fun fact: Last year more than 35 BILLION gallons of beer were sold for about $294.5 billion dollars...Table Of Contents:The History Of BeerHome Brewing TipsDrinking Beer ResponsiblyA Brewing SocietyA Little Home Brewing Fun For The KidsAle ExplainedAll About German BeerBar Stools - A Buyers Guide