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A very dry beer like a bone dry saison will have a lower final gravity than something thick and sweet, like a scotch ale or an imperial stout.

The oxidation occurs over time through fermentation, storage, and aging. At the same time, isomerized alpha acids undergo degradation and reduce the bitterness of the beer.

Since the quantities of alpha and beta acids range among hops, the variety of hop should be considered when targeting a specific amount of bitterness in the beer.

To maximize bitterness, hops with large alpha acid concentrations should be used. Since the bitterness is not influenced by beta acids, beta acids are not considered when selecting the variety of hop.

Also, the amount of time that the hops are boiled impacts the bitterness of the beer. Since heat is needed to isomerize alpha acids, applying heat for longer amounts of time increases the conversion to the isomerized form.

The International Bittering Units scale, or simply IBU scale, is used to approximately quantify the bitterness of beer. This scale is not measured on the perceived bitterness of the beer, but rather the amount of iso-alpha acids.

The most common and widely used way is through spectrophotometry. Since the iso-alpha acids are slightly hydrophobic , a reduction of the pH by adding acid increases the hydrophobicity of the iso-alpha acids.

At this point, an organic solution is added and the iso-alpha acids shift to the organic layer out of the aqueous wort.

At this wavelength, the iso-alpha acids have their highest absorbance which allows for the calculation of the concentration of these bittering molecules.

While the results of the IAA methods are practically identical to those obtained by the [I]BU method for beer brewed with fresh hops, the IAAs of beer brewed with old or poorly stored hops, and with certain special hop extracts, can be significantly lower than the [I]BU figure.

Additionally, HPLC , mass spectrometry , and fluorescence spectroscopy can be employed to measure the amount of iso-alpha acids in a beer.

The European Bitterness Units scale, often abbreviated as EBU, is a bitterness scale [21] in which lower values are generally "less bitter" and higher values "more bitter".

The scale and method are defined by the European Brewery Convention , and the numerical value should be the same as of the International Bittering Units scale IBU , defined in co-operation with the American Society of Brewing Chemists.

For example, the bittering effect of hops is less noticeable in beers with roasted malts or strong flavours, so a higher proportion of hops would be required in strong flavoured beers to achieve the same perceived bitterness in moderately flavoured beers.

For example, an imperial stout may have an IBU of 50, but will taste less bitter than a pale lager with an IBU of 30, because the pale lager has a lower flavour intensity.

After around IBU, hop utilization is so poor that the number ceases to be meaningful in regard to taste, although continued hop additions will increase bitterness.

For high throughput applications as in quality control labs of big breweries for example , automated systems are available. Simple systems work with adjustment data blocks for each kind of beer, high-end systems are matrix-independent and give correct results for e.

Latest innovations are packaged beverage analyzers, that measure directly out of the package glass bottle, PET bottle or can and give several parameters in one measuring cycle without any sample preparation no degassing, no filtering, no temperature conditioning.

Oxidative deterioration of beer can be measured by the way of chemiluminescence [26] or by electron spin resonance. Software tools are available to brewers to formulate and adapt recipes with a view to accurately measure the various values in brewing.

Data can be exchanged in formats such as BeerXML to allow for accurate replication of recipes at remote sites or the adaptation of recipes to account for variations in locally available water, mash ingredients, hops etc.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on Anatomy and Chemistry ". Retrieved 23 September Journal of the Institute of Brewing.

Archived from the original PDF on During boiling, water in the wort evaporates, but the sugars and other components of the wort remain; this allows more efficient use of the starch sources in the beer.

Boiling also destroys any remaining enzymes left over from the mashing stage. Hops are added during boiling as a source of bitterness, flavour and aroma.

Hops may be added at more than one point during the boil. The longer the hops are boiled, the more bitterness they contribute, but the less hop flavour and aroma remains in the beer.

After boiling, the hopped wort is now cooled, ready for the yeast. In some breweries, the hopped wort may pass through a hopback, which is a small vat filled with hops, to add aromatic hop flavouring and to act as a filter; but usually the hopped wort is simply cooled for the fermenter, where the yeast is added.

During fermentation, the wort becomes beer in a process which requires a week to months depending on the type of yeast and strength of the beer.

In addition to producing ethanol , fine particulate matter suspended in the wort settles during fermentation. Once fermentation is complete, the yeast also settles, leaving the beer clear.

During fermentation most of the carbon dioxide is allowed to escape through a trap and the beer is left with carbonation of only about one atmosphere of pressure.

The carbonation is often increased either by transferring the beer to a pressure vessel such as a keg and introducing pressurized carbon dioxide, or by transferring it before the fermentation is finished so that carbon dioxide pressure builds up inside the container as the fermentation finishes.

Sometimes the beer is put unfiltered so it still contains yeast into bottles with some added sugar, which then produces the desired amount of carbon dioxide inside the bottle.

Fermentation is sometimes carried out in two stages, primary and secondary. Once most of the alcohol has been produced during primary fermentation, the beer is transferred to a new vessel and allowed a period of secondary fermentation.

Secondary fermentation is used when the beer requires long storage before packaging or greater clarity. The starch source, termed as the " mash ingredients ", in a beer provides the fermentable material and is a key determinant of the strength and flavour of the beer.

The most common starch source used in beer is malted grain. Grain is malted by soaking it in water, allowing it to begin germination , and then drying the partially germinated grain in a kiln.

Malting grain produces enzymes that convert starches in the grain into fermentable sugars. Darker malts will produce darker beers. This is because its fibrous hull remains attached to the grain during threshing.

After malting, barley is milled, which finally removes the hull, breaking it into large pieces. These pieces remain with the grain during the mash , and act as a filter bed during lautering , when sweet wort is separated from insoluble grain material.

Other malted and unmalted grains including wheat, rice, oats , and rye , and less frequently, corn and sorghum may be used.

Some brewers have produced gluten-free beer , made with sorghum with no barley malt, for those who cannot consume gluten -containing grains like wheat, barley, and rye.

Flavouring beer is the sole major commercial use of hops. The flowers themselves are often called "hops". The first historical mention of the use of hops in beer was from AD in monastery rules written by Adalhard the Elder, also known as Adalard of Corbie , [38] [63] though the date normally given for widespread cultivation of hops for use in beer is the thirteenth century.

Combinations of various aromatic herbs, berries, and even ingredients like wormwood would be combined into a mixture known as gruit and used as hops are now used.

Hops contain several characteristics that brewers desire in beer. Hops contribute a bitterness that balances the sweetness of the malt; the bitterness of beers is measured on the International Bitterness Units scale.

Hops contribute floral, citrus, and herbal aromas and flavours to beer. The acidity of hops is a preservative.

Yeast is the microorganism that is responsible for fermentation in beer. Yeast metabolises the sugars extracted from grains, which produces alcohol and carbon dioxide , and thereby turns wort into beer.

In addition to fermenting the beer, yeast influences the character and flavour. A few styles such as lambics rely on this method today, but most modern fermentation adds pure yeast cultures.

Some brewers add one or more clarifying agents or finings to beer, which typically precipitate collect as a solid out of the beer along with protein solids and are found only in trace amounts in the finished product.

This process makes the beer appear bright and clean, rather than the cloudy appearance of ethnic and older styles of beer such as wheat beers. The history of breweries in the 21st century has been one of larger breweries absorbing smaller breweries in order to ensure economy of scale.

In the Belgian Interbrew was the third largest brewery by volume and the Brazilian AmBev was the fifth largest. They merged into InBev , becoming the largest brewery.

A microbrewery , or craft brewery, produces a limited amount of beer. The highest density of breweries in the world, most of them microbreweries, exists in the German Region of Franconia , especially in the district of Upper Franconia , which has about breweries.

The brewery was licensed by the City of Freising in , and therefore is the oldest working brewery in the world.

Brewing at home is subject to regulation and prohibition in many countries. Restrictions on homebrewing were lifted in the UK in , [87] Australia followed suit in , [88] and the US in , though individual states were allowed to pass their own laws limiting production.

While there are many types of beer brewed, the basics of brewing beer are shared across national and cultural boundaries. English writer Michael Jackson , in his book The World Guide To Beer , categorised beers from around the world in local style groups suggested by local customs and names.

At these temperatures, yeast produces significant amounts of esters and other secondary flavour and aroma products, and the result is often a beer with slightly "fruity" compounds resembling apple, pear, pineapple, banana , plum, or prune, among others.

After the introduction of hops into England from Flanders in the 15th century, "ale" referred to an unhopped fermented drink, "beer" being used to describe a brew with an infusion of hops.

Real ale is the term coined by the Campaign for Real Ale CAMRA in [] for "beer brewed from traditional ingredients, matured by secondary fermentation in the container from which it is dispensed, and served without the use of extraneous carbon dioxide ".

It is applied to bottle conditioned and cask conditioned beers. Pale ale is a beer which uses a top-fermenting yeast [] and predominantly pale malt.

Stout and porter are dark beers made using roasted malts or roast barley, and typically brewed with slow fermenting yeast. There are a number of variations including Baltic porter, dry stout, and Imperial stout.

The name "porter" was first used in to describe a dark brown beer popular with the street and river porters of London. Mild ale has a predominantly malty palate.

Wheat beer is brewed with a large proportion of wheat although it often also contains a significant proportion of malted barley.

Wheat beers are usually top-fermented. Lambic , a beer of Belgium , is naturally fermented using wild yeasts, rather than cultivated. Yeast varieties such as Brettanomyces bruxellensis and Brettanomyces lambicus are common in lambics.

In addition, other organisms such as Lactobacillus bacteria produce acids which contribute to the sourness.

Lager is cool fermented beer. Pale lagers are the most commonly consumed beers in the world. The name "lager" comes from the German "lagern" for "to store", as brewers around Bavaria stored beer in cool cellars and caves during the warm summer months.

These brewers noticed that the beers continued to ferment, and to also clear of sediment, when stored in cool conditions.

During the secondary stage, the lager clears and mellows. The cooler conditions also inhibit the natural production of esters and other byproducts, resulting in a "cleaner"-tasting beer.

With improved modern yeast strains, most lager breweries use only short periods of cold storage, typically 1—3 weeks. Beer is measured and assessed by bitterness, by strength and by colour.

Beer colour is determined by the malt. Pale lager and pale ale are terms used for beers made from malt dried with the fuel coke.

Coke was first used for roasting malt in , but it was not until around that the term pale ale was used.

Dark beers are usually brewed from a pale malt or lager malt base with a small proportion of darker malt added to achieve the desired shade. Other colourants—such as caramel—are also widely used to darken beers.

Very dark beers, such as stout , use dark or patent malts that have been roasted longer. Some have roasted unmalted barley.

The alcohol in beer comes primarily from the metabolism of sugars that are produced during fermentation. The quantity of fermentable sugars in the wort and the variety of yeast used to ferment the wort are the primary factors that determine the amount of alcohol in the final beer.

Additional fermentable sugars are sometimes added to increase alcohol content, and enzymes are often added to the wort for certain styles of beer primarily "light" beers to convert more complex carbohydrates starches to fermentable sugars.

Low temperatures and too little fermentation time decreases the effectiveness of yeasts and consequently decreases the alcohol content.

The weakest beers are dealcoholized beers , which typically have less than 0. The strength of beers has climbed during the later years of the 20th century.

Vetter 33, a The same company had previously made Sink The Bismarck! Each of these beers are made using the eisbock method of fractional freezing , in which a strong ale is partially frozen and the ice is repeatedly removed, until the desired strength is reached, [] [] a process that may class the product as spirits rather than beer.

Draught also spelled "draft" beer from a pressurised keg using a lever-style dispenser and a spout is the most common method of dispensing in bars around the world.

A metal keg is pressurised with carbon dioxide CO 2 gas which drives the beer to the dispensing tap or faucet. Nitrogen produces fine bubbles, resulting in a dense head and a creamy mouthfeel.

Some types of beer can also be found in smaller, disposable kegs called beer balls. In the s, Guinness introduced the beer widget , a nitrogen-pressurised ball inside a can which creates a dense, tight head, similar to beer served from a nitrogen system.

Cask-conditioned ales or cask ales are unfiltered and unpasteurised beers. The act of stillaging and then venting a beer in this manner typically disturbs all the sediment, so it must be left for a suitable period to "drop" clear again, as well as to fully condition — this period can take anywhere from several hours to several days.

At this point the beer is ready to sell, either being pulled through a beer line with a hand pump, or simply being "gravity-fed" directly into the glass.

Most beers are cleared of yeast by filtering when packaged in bottles and cans. However, some drinkers prefer to pour in the yeast; this practice is customary with wheat beers.

Alternatively, the bottle may be inverted prior to opening. Glass bottles are always used for bottle conditioned beers. Many beers are sold in cans, though there is considerable variation in the proportion between different countries.

In Sweden in , Cans were initially viewed as a technological breakthrough for maintaining the quality of a beer, then became commonly associated with less expensive, mass-produced beers, even though the quality of storage in cans is much like bottles.

Most drinkers prefer pale lager to be served chilled, a low- or medium-strength pale ale to be served cool, while a strong barley wine or imperial stout to be served at room temperature.

Beer writer Michael Jackson proposed a five-level scale for serving temperatures: Drinking chilled beer began with the development of artificial refrigeration and by the s, was spread in those countries that concentrated on brewing pale lager.

Beer is consumed out of a variety of vessels, such as a glass, a beer stein , a mug, a pewter tankard , a beer bottle or a can; or at music festivals and some bars and nightclubs, from a plastic cup.

The shape of the glass from which beer is consumed can influence the perception of the beer and can define and accent the character of the style.

The rate of flow from the tap or other serving vessel, tilt of the glass, and position of the pour in the centre or down the side into the glass all influence the end result, such as the size and longevity of the head, lacing the pattern left by the head as it moves down the glass as the beer is drunk , and the release of carbonation.

Beer is dispensed from the beer tower into a drinking vessel. Beer contains ethanol , an alcohol , which has short and long-term effects on the user when consumed.

Different concentrations of alcohol in the human body have different effects on a person. The effects of alcohol depend on the amount an individual has drunk, the percentage of alcohol in the beer and the timespan over which the consumption has taken place, the amount of food eaten and whether an individual has taken other prescription, over-the-counter or street drugs , among other factors.

Drinking enough to cause a blood alcohol concentration BAC of 0. A BAC of 0. A BAC from 0. As with all alcoholic drinks, drinking while driving , operating an aircraft or heavy machinery increases the risk of an accident; many countries have severe criminal penalties against drunk driving.

A systematic review and meta-analysis found that moderate ethanol consumption brought no mortality benefit compared with lifetime abstention from ethanol consumption.

The long term health effects of continuous, moderate or heavy alcohol consumption include the risk of developing alcoholism and alcoholic liver disease.

Alcoholism , also known as "alcohol use disorder", is a broad term for any drinking of alcohol that results in problems. It is considered that overeating and lack of muscle tone is the main cause of a beer belly , rather than beer consumption.

A study, however, found a link between binge drinking and a beer belly. But with most overconsumption, it is more a problem of improper exercise and overconsumption of carbohydrates than the product itself.

Beers vary in their nutritional content. Beer is sometimes referred to as "liquid bread ", [] though beer is not a meal in itself.

In many societies, beer is the most popular alcoholic drink. Various social traditions and activities are associated with beer drinking, such as playing cards, darts, or other pub games; attending beer festivals ; engaging in zythology the study of beer ; [] [] visiting a series of pubs in one evening; visiting breweries; beer-oriented tourism; or rating beer.

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Some modern breweries prefer the use of filter frames which allow a more finely ground grist. Most modern breweries use a continuous sparge, collecting the original wort and the sparge water together.

However, it is possible to collect a second or even third wash with the not quite spent grains as separate batches. Each run would produce a weaker wort and thus a weaker beer.

This process is known as second and third runnings. Brewing with several runnings is called parti gyle brewing. The sweet wort collected from sparging is put into a kettle, or "copper" so called because these vessels were traditionally made from copper , [47] and boiled, usually for about one hour.

During boiling, water in the wort evaporates, but the sugars and other components of the wort remain; this allows more efficient use of the starch sources in the beer.

Boiling also destroys any remaining enzymes left over from the mashing stage. Hops are added during boiling as a source of bitterness, flavour and aroma.

Hops may be added at more than one point during the boil. The longer the hops are boiled, the more bitterness they contribute, but the less hop flavour and aroma remains in the beer.

After boiling, the hopped wort is now cooled, ready for the yeast. In some breweries, the hopped wort may pass through a hopback, which is a small vat filled with hops, to add aromatic hop flavouring and to act as a filter; but usually the hopped wort is simply cooled for the fermenter, where the yeast is added.

During fermentation, the wort becomes beer in a process which requires a week to months depending on the type of yeast and strength of the beer.

In addition to producing ethanol , fine particulate matter suspended in the wort settles during fermentation.

Once fermentation is complete, the yeast also settles, leaving the beer clear. During fermentation most of the carbon dioxide is allowed to escape through a trap and the beer is left with carbonation of only about one atmosphere of pressure.

The carbonation is often increased either by transferring the beer to a pressure vessel such as a keg and introducing pressurized carbon dioxide, or by transferring it before the fermentation is finished so that carbon dioxide pressure builds up inside the container as the fermentation finishes.

Sometimes the beer is put unfiltered so it still contains yeast into bottles with some added sugar, which then produces the desired amount of carbon dioxide inside the bottle.

Fermentation is sometimes carried out in two stages, primary and secondary. Once most of the alcohol has been produced during primary fermentation, the beer is transferred to a new vessel and allowed a period of secondary fermentation.

Secondary fermentation is used when the beer requires long storage before packaging or greater clarity. The starch source, termed as the " mash ingredients ", in a beer provides the fermentable material and is a key determinant of the strength and flavour of the beer.

The most common starch source used in beer is malted grain. Grain is malted by soaking it in water, allowing it to begin germination , and then drying the partially germinated grain in a kiln.

Malting grain produces enzymes that convert starches in the grain into fermentable sugars. Darker malts will produce darker beers.

This is because its fibrous hull remains attached to the grain during threshing. After malting, barley is milled, which finally removes the hull, breaking it into large pieces.

These pieces remain with the grain during the mash , and act as a filter bed during lautering , when sweet wort is separated from insoluble grain material.

Other malted and unmalted grains including wheat, rice, oats , and rye , and less frequently, corn and sorghum may be used.

Some brewers have produced gluten-free beer , made with sorghum with no barley malt, for those who cannot consume gluten -containing grains like wheat, barley, and rye.

Flavouring beer is the sole major commercial use of hops. The flowers themselves are often called "hops". The first historical mention of the use of hops in beer was from AD in monastery rules written by Adalhard the Elder, also known as Adalard of Corbie , [38] [63] though the date normally given for widespread cultivation of hops for use in beer is the thirteenth century.

Combinations of various aromatic herbs, berries, and even ingredients like wormwood would be combined into a mixture known as gruit and used as hops are now used.

Hops contain several characteristics that brewers desire in beer. Hops contribute a bitterness that balances the sweetness of the malt; the bitterness of beers is measured on the International Bitterness Units scale.

Hops contribute floral, citrus, and herbal aromas and flavours to beer. The acidity of hops is a preservative.

Yeast is the microorganism that is responsible for fermentation in beer. Yeast metabolises the sugars extracted from grains, which produces alcohol and carbon dioxide , and thereby turns wort into beer.

In addition to fermenting the beer, yeast influences the character and flavour. A few styles such as lambics rely on this method today, but most modern fermentation adds pure yeast cultures.

Some brewers add one or more clarifying agents or finings to beer, which typically precipitate collect as a solid out of the beer along with protein solids and are found only in trace amounts in the finished product.

This process makes the beer appear bright and clean, rather than the cloudy appearance of ethnic and older styles of beer such as wheat beers.

The history of breweries in the 21st century has been one of larger breweries absorbing smaller breweries in order to ensure economy of scale.

In the Belgian Interbrew was the third largest brewery by volume and the Brazilian AmBev was the fifth largest. They merged into InBev , becoming the largest brewery.

A microbrewery , or craft brewery, produces a limited amount of beer. The highest density of breweries in the world, most of them microbreweries, exists in the German Region of Franconia , especially in the district of Upper Franconia , which has about breweries.

The brewery was licensed by the City of Freising in , and therefore is the oldest working brewery in the world.

Brewing at home is subject to regulation and prohibition in many countries. Restrictions on homebrewing were lifted in the UK in , [87] Australia followed suit in , [88] and the US in , though individual states were allowed to pass their own laws limiting production.

While there are many types of beer brewed, the basics of brewing beer are shared across national and cultural boundaries.

English writer Michael Jackson , in his book The World Guide To Beer , categorised beers from around the world in local style groups suggested by local customs and names.

At these temperatures, yeast produces significant amounts of esters and other secondary flavour and aroma products, and the result is often a beer with slightly "fruity" compounds resembling apple, pear, pineapple, banana , plum, or prune, among others.

After the introduction of hops into England from Flanders in the 15th century, "ale" referred to an unhopped fermented drink, "beer" being used to describe a brew with an infusion of hops.

Real ale is the term coined by the Campaign for Real Ale CAMRA in [] for "beer brewed from traditional ingredients, matured by secondary fermentation in the container from which it is dispensed, and served without the use of extraneous carbon dioxide ".

It is applied to bottle conditioned and cask conditioned beers. Pale ale is a beer which uses a top-fermenting yeast [] and predominantly pale malt.

Stout and porter are dark beers made using roasted malts or roast barley, and typically brewed with slow fermenting yeast.

There are a number of variations including Baltic porter, dry stout, and Imperial stout. The name "porter" was first used in to describe a dark brown beer popular with the street and river porters of London.

Mild ale has a predominantly malty palate. Wheat beer is brewed with a large proportion of wheat although it often also contains a significant proportion of malted barley.

Wheat beers are usually top-fermented. Lambic , a beer of Belgium , is naturally fermented using wild yeasts, rather than cultivated.

Yeast varieties such as Brettanomyces bruxellensis and Brettanomyces lambicus are common in lambics. In addition, other organisms such as Lactobacillus bacteria produce acids which contribute to the sourness.

Lager is cool fermented beer. Pale lagers are the most commonly consumed beers in the world. The name "lager" comes from the German "lagern" for "to store", as brewers around Bavaria stored beer in cool cellars and caves during the warm summer months.

These brewers noticed that the beers continued to ferment, and to also clear of sediment, when stored in cool conditions. During the secondary stage, the lager clears and mellows.

The cooler conditions also inhibit the natural production of esters and other byproducts, resulting in a "cleaner"-tasting beer. With improved modern yeast strains, most lager breweries use only short periods of cold storage, typically 1—3 weeks.

Beer is measured and assessed by bitterness, by strength and by colour. Beer colour is determined by the malt. Pale lager and pale ale are terms used for beers made from malt dried with the fuel coke.

Coke was first used for roasting malt in , but it was not until around that the term pale ale was used. Dark beers are usually brewed from a pale malt or lager malt base with a small proportion of darker malt added to achieve the desired shade.

Other colourants—such as caramel—are also widely used to darken beers. Very dark beers, such as stout , use dark or patent malts that have been roasted longer.

Some have roasted unmalted barley. The alcohol in beer comes primarily from the metabolism of sugars that are produced during fermentation.

The quantity of fermentable sugars in the wort and the variety of yeast used to ferment the wort are the primary factors that determine the amount of alcohol in the final beer.

Additional fermentable sugars are sometimes added to increase alcohol content, and enzymes are often added to the wort for certain styles of beer primarily "light" beers to convert more complex carbohydrates starches to fermentable sugars.

Low temperatures and too little fermentation time decreases the effectiveness of yeasts and consequently decreases the alcohol content. The weakest beers are dealcoholized beers , which typically have less than 0.

The strength of beers has climbed during the later years of the 20th century. Vetter 33, a The same company had previously made Sink The Bismarck!

Each of these beers are made using the eisbock method of fractional freezing , in which a strong ale is partially frozen and the ice is repeatedly removed, until the desired strength is reached, [] [] a process that may class the product as spirits rather than beer.

Draught also spelled "draft" beer from a pressurised keg using a lever-style dispenser and a spout is the most common method of dispensing in bars around the world.

A metal keg is pressurised with carbon dioxide CO 2 gas which drives the beer to the dispensing tap or faucet. Nitrogen produces fine bubbles, resulting in a dense head and a creamy mouthfeel.

Some types of beer can also be found in smaller, disposable kegs called beer balls. In the s, Guinness introduced the beer widget , a nitrogen-pressurised ball inside a can which creates a dense, tight head, similar to beer served from a nitrogen system.

Cask-conditioned ales or cask ales are unfiltered and unpasteurised beers. The act of stillaging and then venting a beer in this manner typically disturbs all the sediment, so it must be left for a suitable period to "drop" clear again, as well as to fully condition — this period can take anywhere from several hours to several days.

At this point the beer is ready to sell, either being pulled through a beer line with a hand pump, or simply being "gravity-fed" directly into the glass.

Most beers are cleared of yeast by filtering when packaged in bottles and cans. However, some drinkers prefer to pour in the yeast; this practice is customary with wheat beers.

Alternatively, the bottle may be inverted prior to opening. Glass bottles are always used for bottle conditioned beers.

Many beers are sold in cans, though there is considerable variation in the proportion between different countries.

In Sweden in , Cans were initially viewed as a technological breakthrough for maintaining the quality of a beer, then became commonly associated with less expensive, mass-produced beers, even though the quality of storage in cans is much like bottles.

Most drinkers prefer pale lager to be served chilled, a low- or medium-strength pale ale to be served cool, while a strong barley wine or imperial stout to be served at room temperature.

Beer writer Michael Jackson proposed a five-level scale for serving temperatures: Drinking chilled beer began with the development of artificial refrigeration and by the s, was spread in those countries that concentrated on brewing pale lager.

Beer is consumed out of a variety of vessels, such as a glass, a beer stein , a mug, a pewter tankard , a beer bottle or a can; or at music festivals and some bars and nightclubs, from a plastic cup.

The shape of the glass from which beer is consumed can influence the perception of the beer and can define and accent the character of the style.

The rate of flow from the tap or other serving vessel, tilt of the glass, and position of the pour in the centre or down the side into the glass all influence the end result, such as the size and longevity of the head, lacing the pattern left by the head as it moves down the glass as the beer is drunk , and the release of carbonation.

Beer is dispensed from the beer tower into a drinking vessel. Beer contains ethanol , an alcohol , which has short and long-term effects on the user when consumed.

Different concentrations of alcohol in the human body have different effects on a person. The effects of alcohol depend on the amount an individual has drunk, the percentage of alcohol in the beer and the timespan over which the consumption has taken place, the amount of food eaten and whether an individual has taken other prescription, over-the-counter or street drugs , among other factors.

Drinking enough to cause a blood alcohol concentration BAC of 0. A BAC of 0. A BAC from 0. As with all alcoholic drinks, drinking while driving , operating an aircraft or heavy machinery increases the risk of an accident; many countries have severe criminal penalties against drunk driving.

A systematic review and meta-analysis found that moderate ethanol consumption brought no mortality benefit compared with lifetime abstention from ethanol consumption.

The long term health effects of continuous, moderate or heavy alcohol consumption include the risk of developing alcoholism and alcoholic liver disease.

Alcoholism , also known as "alcohol use disorder", is a broad term for any drinking of alcohol that results in problems.

A very dry beer like a bone dry saison will have a lower final gravity than something thick and sweet, like a scotch ale or an imperial stout.

A saison might finish at 1. Also note that some things, such as dry meads, can actually finish below 1. BodiesLexus , LeRose , utopiajane and 1 other person like this.

Sierra Nevada is 17 degrees plato according to their website. I like a bit of Plato in my beers!! LeRose , Shroud0fdoom and TongoRad like this.

Look…, the degree of "Platо" - function of dry matter not only sugar!!! The taste of beer — function of extract, first of all. LehighAce06 and TongoRad like this.

Your name or email address: This method is accurate, but is time, energy and beer consuming. A second method is the ebulliometer method, which uses the difference between the boiling temperature of pure water and the boiling temperature of the liquor beer being tested.

This method is also accurate and time-consuming, but uses less energy and beer. The most common method of estimating the strength of a beer is to measure the density of the wort before fermentation and then to measure the density once the fermentation is completed, and to use these two data points in an empirical formula which estimates the alcohol content or strength of the beer.

The most common method measuring the density of a liquid is with a hydrometer ; hydrometers can be calibrated with a number of scales.

A common scale is that of specific gravity SG ; that is to say the density of a liquid relative to the density of pure water at a standard temperature.

Specific gravity can also be measured by a pycnometer or oscillating U-tube electronic meter. Water has a SG of 1. Other density scales are discussed below.

The density of the wort depends on the sugar content in the wort: The fermented beer will have some residual sugar which will raise the SG, the alcohol content will lower the SG.

The difference between the SG of the wort before fermentation and the SG of the beer after fermentation gives an indication of how much sugar was converted to alcohol by the yeast.

A basic formula [3] to calculate beer strength based on the difference between the original and final SG is:. Gravity measurements are used to determine the "size" of the beer, its alcoholic strength, and how much of the available sugar the yeast were able to consume a given strain can be expected, under proper conditions, to ferment a wort of a particular composition to within a range of attenuation; that is, they should be able to consume a known percentage of the extract.

If a wort was said to be "26 lbs. In the s German engineer-mathematician Adolf Ferdinand Wenceslaus Brix corrected some of the calculation errors in the Balling scale and introduced the Brix scale.

In the early s German chemist Fritz Plato and his collaborators made further improvements, introducing the Plato scale.

Essentially they are the same; the tables differ in their conversion from weight percentage to specific gravity in the fifth and sixth decimal places.

A rough conversion between Brix, degrees Plato or degrees Balling and specific gravity can be made by dividing the number behind the decimal point in the SG which is often referred to as gravity points by 4.

So a specific gravity of 1. This conversion method is pretty accurate up to a specific gravity of 1. Winemakers as well as the sugar and juice industry typically use degrees Brix.

British and continental European beer brewers generally use degrees Plato. American brewers use a mixture of degrees Balling, degrees Plato and specific gravity.

Home wine, mead, cider, and beer makers typically use specific gravity. France, Spain and the United Kingdom use the system to determine alcohol content.

Belgium, Norway, and Sweden use a modified table to calculate taxes on alcoholic beverages. The letter "X" is used on some beers, and was traditionally a mark of beer strength, with more exes indicating a higher alcoholic content.

Some sources suggest that the origin of the mark was in the breweries of medieval monasteries , where the X served as a guarantee of quality for beers of increasing strength.

Another explanation for the X marks may be rooted in the duty taxes of alcoholic beverages beginning in England in The "X" mark on a cask of beer was originally used to indicate that the contents were stronger than legal small beer limits, and were subject to a tax of ten Roman numeral X shillings per barrel tax.

Later, brewers added additional superfluous X marks to signify progressively stronger beers:

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