If you’re seriously interested in beer brewing, or an aficionado of craft beers, you probably know the basic difference between ale and lager. That difference is in the way the liquid is fermented (top-fermenting yeast vs. bottom-fermenting yeast). Both are beers because they’re fermented from grain, but there’s another key difference: the temperature of fermentation.
A Bit of History
Most beers brewed and consumed in the 1700s and earlier (back to centuries BC) were ale. Lagers were first produced in the early 1800s in Bohemia, leading to massive growth in the brewing industry. The thousands of breweries in operation as the 20th century arrived were reduced in number to less than 200 after Prohibition. As the next century arrived, beer brewing has taken on a new image, since it’s no longer identified only with blue-collar working people.
If you’d like to get a better idea of the state of the industry, check out Lamadog.com, which has multiple craft beers on tap, in addition to maintaining a bottle shop housing hundreds of craft beers from around the world. You’re sure to find one or more that suit your taste. Also, you can get expert guidance and information about this fascinating world by taking in one of several beer classes created and presented here.
A Place to Gather
People are always searching for a suitable location for private events and gatherings. This is another benefit of doing business with the leader in beer brewing in Goleta, CA, whether you book the tap room or the patio area. When you need adequate space for your corporate event, anniversary, birthday, or another activity, this is your source.
Get started today by visiting the website to learn more about the remarkable beer choices, or to arrange a space for your gathering. Chances are very good you won’t leave thirsty!