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Beer has been around for a long time Experts date its origin back to pre-Roman days Its been enjoying a renaissance here in the United States since the early eighties In its simplest form beer is water hops malt and yeast And yet in most pubs and neighborhood taverns the battle lines are drawn Old favorites like Bud and Miller are jockeying for tap space with the likes of Sam Adams and Yuengling Some background may be in order here There are three major styles of beer- ale lager and other Lets examine each The most popular beer in the world is pilsner which is a type of lager Some examples are the above-mentioned Budweiser but the most famous pilsner in the world is Pilsner Urquell First brewed in 1840 in the town of Pilsen in what is now known as the Czech Republic Pilsner Urquell literally means original source It is the beer that almost every mass-produced American beer manufacturer aspires to Since the breakup of the Soviet Union this beer is available in the United States and Ive been fortunate enough to sample it on draft Its the perfect example of a micro-brewed beer that the mass-producers try to imitate A second type of lager thats very popular all around the world is helles A popular brand that really represents this style is Heineken A mass produced that utilizes this style is the Mexican beer Corona Next in popularity come the ales Ale is a beer style that encompasses about eleven different types of beer These include IPA which is an abbreviation for India Pale Ale which was originally brewed by the British to survive the journey down the Suez Canal to India Another world famous ale is Guinness which is a stout The important thing to note about ale is that the mass producers for the most part dont try to brew them Ale doesnt lend itself to their large volume
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