Top 3 Beer Brands
Anything in excess is always bad and therefore if done within limits there won’t be any harm imposed.
Alcohol and other intoxicating substances are detrimental to one’s health however there are certain benefits that they provide to us in terms of preventing heart diseases if consumed well within the bracket.
Alcohol is an umbrella including several categories and types of beverages namely Beer, Wine, Vodka, Whiskey, Brandy, Rum, Gin to name a few.
Read on to find out how the top three brands of beer are manufactured.
Sold in a green bottle with a red star, Heineken is a beer brand with about 5% alcohol produced by the Dutch Brewing Company Heineken International.
Brewed in several countries across the globe, it is sold in more than 170 countries. United Kingdom, India, Costa Rica, Serbia, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland are a few places that blend this drink.
It takes about about a month from brewing to bottling the beer that is made from the finest water, malts and hops, along with yeast supplied from it’s headquarters in Netherlands.
The mixture is left to ferment after which it is transfered to a conditioning tank and a beer filter sequentially. Here it is made sure that the drunk us clear of haze and finally ready for dispatch.
Introduced in 1876, Budweiser is the largest selling beer in the United States. It is a filtered beer, available on drafts as well as in bottles and cans.
Moreover the beer brand from Budèjovian has been called ‘The Beer of King’ since the 16th century.
The brewing process takes up-to 7 stages and speaking of the ingredients used, Budweiser uses around 30% rice in addition to hops and barley malt along with yeast for fermentation and water to make it pure.
The malt gives color and sugar to the beer while hops inculcate the spices, aroma and bitterness. Rice adds to the crispness of the beverage and yeast is the key of the flavor.
It is the flagship beer brand in the Carlsberg group with close to a global distribution network of 140 markets.
Carlsberg was first brewed in 1904 with natural processes without any additives.
Just water, malt, hops, barley and of course yeast is what is processed together to blend in the perfect beverage.
The actual process of beer-making usually takes about two weeks or longer (depending on the third of beer you are brewing) however, the ingredients can easily be made ready.
A beer typically lasts for about 6-9 months but yet again it depends on the type. If refrigerated, it can last upto 2 years.
If you aren’t really keen on buying beer from outside, you can just prepare your own beverage with the help of a home-brewing kit!