Beer - Food and Beverage Division


Beer is an alcoholic beverage fermented from cereals and malt-flavored hops. It is made through the brewing process, water is the most important part of the process. Almost all countries in the world can produce beers. Mostly beer contains 3-6 percent of alcohol. 

Beer can be classified below: 

  1. Lager a general term for beer made with bottom-fermenting yeast on mashing (7degeree celsius-12degree Celsius). Budweiser (USA), Heineken (Holland), Carlsberg (Denmark). 
  2. Ale is a type of beer brewed using a top fermentation method (12degree celsius-15degree Celsius), resulting in a sweet, full-bodied, and fruity taste. As with most beers, ale typically has a bittering agent to balancing the sweetness of the malt and act as a preservative. Ex: Hooxgarden (Holland), Tiger (Singapore), Kolsch (Germany). 
  3. Pilsener is a type of beer fermented at temperature 15degree celsius-24degree celsius. Has a slightly sweet taste, can produce other than barley. Bintang (Indonesia), Kirin (Japan). 
  4. Stout is a dark beer made using roasted malt or roasting barley, hops, water, and yeast. Stout was traditionally the generic term for the strongest and stoutest porter's, typically 7%-8% produced by the brewery. There are a number of variables including baltic porter, milk stout, and imperial stout the most common variation is a dry stout, exemplified by Guinness Draught, the world best selling stout.  
  5. Special Beer This is beer kind of beer made with the process of brewing worship of idols, hops (having a bitter taste, and acid) surpassing usual beer, and can be kept longer just like wine (white beer) 
  6. Draught Beer is beer served from a cask or keg rather than from a bottle or can. Draught beer served from a pressured keg is also known as keg beer

Here by some popular beers mostly served in the restaurant, bar, hotel 

  • Foster, Swan (Australia)
  • Pu Tao (China) 
  • Carlsberg (Denmark)
  • Guinness (England)
  • Beck's, Weiss bier (Germany)
  • Corona (Mexico)
  • Bintang (Indonesia) 
  • Budweisser (USA)
  • Asahi, Kirin (Japan) 
  • Heineken (Holland) 
  • San Miguel (Philippines) 
  • Kronenberg (France) 
  • Peroni (Italy) 

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