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Sep142010

Know Your BEER ! This Awesome Beer Poster Explains it All

 

Beer, as you know, one of the greatest inventions ever. Go [ here ] to zoom around on this graphic and learn all about how your favorite brew fits into the grand scheme of things. Also, you can buy this as a 18x24" poster and put it in your living room so your friends KNOW how knowledgable you really are when it comes to beer.

Not like they didn't judge your knowledge anyway, but infographics always help.

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Reader Comments (3)

Nice.. While not entirely accurate. To start off lager is, in fact, a type of ale. There are actually only 2 kinds of beer. Ale and Pilsner. Not don't get confused that just because it doesn't say Ale, doesn't mean it's not one. Even if it says lager, it's still an ale. Now in modern society we tend to separate them simply because of the taste. What is referred to as a lager tends to contain more hopps. The truth though, that separates the two types of beer, ale and pilsner, is the actual brew process. Ale's and what we call lagers use the same process. Which is why lagers are a type of ale. Americans invented, sadly, the process for brewing pilsner. Which I don't consider beer anyway.

September 17, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterbeerman

They forgot black lager.

September 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSharkey

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