The earliest records of beer consumption and brewing were discovered among in ancient Sumerians dating back to 4000 years ago. The ancient Sumerian civilization developed in present-day Iraq. The contemporary beer refers to the fermented beverage produced out of grain. Among the famous families of beer, the lagers and ales are counted as the best and most popular and are prepared with the best yeast and appropriate fermentation. The fermentation of the lagers is done at a cooler temperature called the “bottom-fermenting”. The name lager originated because the lagers need to be lagered or conditioned for several weeks before they are ready for consumption. On the other hand, ales are fermented at a warm temperature and can be consumed sooner than the lagers. Get into Mad Hatter bar to taste the best and original ales or lagers that will give you the unforgettable experience you ever had.
You can get different types of and distinct styles of beers from the lagers or ales. The pilsner is one of the famous and popular styles from the lagers. Similarly, the stout and porter are the most preferred and consumed from the ales family. You can get a variety of dark and light coloured as well as strong and light alcoholic properties in both the lagers and ales family of beers. In general, beer contains around 150 calories in every 12 ounces of serving whereas lighter beer contains about 100 calories. Some of the hefty beers like barley wines can contain up to 300 calories. As far as carbs are concerned there are about 13 cabs in standard beers and lighter beers it is 5.
The basic ingredients used in the production of beer are hops, barley, water and yeast. Some brewers mix oats, wheat, rice or corn in order to make the beer lighter as well as to reduce the cost of brewing. If you pour the beer straight from the top to glass it releases more gas forming larger head. Therefore, you should pour the beer vertically and slowly into the tilted glass more CO2 get dissolved in the beer and smaller heads are formed. However, these pouring styles may differ as per different brands of beers. If you pour an ale it will form smaller heads, whereas the lagers would form bigger heads. Normally wheat beers form the biggest heads in comparison to other beers. Most beers are filtered and clear in appearance irrespective of their different colours.