Lager

Lager (storage) is a type of beer that is fermented and conditioned at low temperatures. Pale lager is the most widely consumed and commercially available style of beer in the world. Bock, Pilsner and Märzen are all styles of lager. There are also dark lagers, such as Dunkel and Schwarzbier. ==History of lager brewing== While cold storage of beer...
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Lager

• (n.) Lager beer.
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lager

(n.) any beer produced by bottom fermentation. (v.) Aging beer at cold-storage temperatures.
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Lager

1. Beers produced with bottom fermenting yeast strains, Saccharomyces uvarum (or carlsbergensis) at colder fermentation temperatures than ales. This cooler environment inhibits the natural production of esters and other byproducts, creating a crisper tasting product. 2. From the German word to store, lagers represent a major family of beers. They h...
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lager

lager beer noun a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (usually by decoction mashing); originally it was brewed in March or April and matured until September
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Lager

La'ger (lä'gẽr) noun Lager beer.
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Lager

A beer brewed from a bottom-fermenting yeast and given a long cool fermentation.
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Lager

A beer brewed from a bottom-fermenting yeast and given a long cool fermentation.
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Lager

A classification of beer styles made with a bottom fermenting yeast, lagers generally are smooth, elegant, crisp, and clean.
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lager

Any beer which has been fermented at cool temperatures using a cold-tolerant (lager) yeast, then stored cold for anywhere from several weeks to several months, to smooth out the flavor.
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Lager

Beer made with bottom fermenting yeast. Lager is fermented at lower temperatures and usually takes longer to ferment than ales. Since the fermentation is at low temperatures, the yeast byproducts are reduced and a cleaner more crisp beer is the result.
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Lager

Beer made with bottom fermenting yeast. Lager is fermented at lower temperatures and usually takes longer to ferment than ales. Since the fermentation is at low temperatures, the yeast byproducts are reduced and a cleaner more crisp beer is the result.
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Lager

Beer that is fermented cool using lager yeast (Saccharomyces carlsbergensis) and stored cold for a period of weeks in order to give it a clean smooth flavor
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Lager

Beer that is stored in a cask or vat until free of sediment and crystal clear. A light, bubbly and golden brew.
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Lager

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Lager

Lager is a form of beer in which the fermentation takes place at a lower temperature than does when producing an ale, and after fermenting the beer is stored at a sub-zero temperature (a process known as lagering, hence the name 'lager') - typically minus one degree - for between fourteen and ninety days, depending upon the quality of the beer bein...
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Lager

Lagers are beers that are fermented using a bottom fermenting yeast. Lager yeasts are slow fermenting and they ferment at low temperatures when compared to ales. Depending on the yeast strain, a lager typically conducts a primary fermentation at a temperature range between 40 F and 55 F. Lager, is the German word for storage and lagers typically ha...
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Lager

The word lager comes from the German word lagern which means, 'to store'. A perfect description as lagers are brewed with bottom fermenting yeast that work slowly at around 34°F, and are often further stored at cool temperature to mature. Lager yeast ferments more sugars, leaving a crisp clean taste which produce fewer by-product characters than a...
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Lager

To age; to store, frequently while a slow after or secondary fermentation process under bunging pressure is taking place; lager means storage in German.
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lager

Type of light beer
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lager

[n] - beer stored for aging
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