Difference between Beer and Lager

Beer is a very popular alcoholic beverage around the world. Lager is one of several types of beer. Both have in common that they are alcoholic beverages fermented from cereal grains. Therefore, there are no differences as such between the two, since one is part of the other.

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What is it? Beer is an alcoholic beverage made from cereal grains (any that can produce fermentable sugars) whose starch is fermented with the help of yeast. Depending on the ingredients used and the way it is made, there are different types of beers. As for the lager, it is a type of beer that differs from the others because it is fermented in slower and much colder conditions than normal, and with bottom-fermenting yeasts. Lagers are the most common type of beer being brewed and consumed today.
History Beer is believed to have been created by the Sumerians, Egyptians and Elamites sometime between 4000 and 3000 BC. This type of beers emerged in the region of Bavaria, Germany, between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
Flavor In general, the taste of beer is bitter. Lagers have a very marked flavor. It can be described as refreshing and clean.
Colour The beer comes in a variety of colors, ranging from amber yellow and coppery brown to nearly black. These are normally light-colored beers, also known as blondes. However, the color can be more tan to dark.
Types Beers are divided into three subtypes; top fermentation, bottom fermentation and spontaneous fermentation. Within each of these groups there are different types of beer, such as lager, stout, ale, etc. Two of the most common subtypes of lagers are pilsners, bocks, and pale lagers.

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