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In 1420 beer was made in Germany by a fermentation process, so called because the yeast tended to sink to the bottom of the brewing vessel; before that, the type of yeast used tended to rise to the top of the fermenting product and was allowed to overflow or was manually skimmed.
Brewing was a winter occupation, and ice was used to keep beer cool during the summer months.
Such beer came to be called is now used for top-fermented British types of beer.
The Industrial Revolution brought the mechanization of brewing.
"Plank Road Brewery" is the original name of the Miller Brewery, dredged up from the depths of history to brew four brands (Icehouse, Northstone, Red Dog, and Southpaw) so people will think they're buying beer from a microbrewery. Until mid-1996, Plank Road was using Miller's regular dating code on boxes and cartons, but not on bottles or cans.
It currently uses Miller's dating scheme on all its products, but bottles still have a second code stamped on their bottoms.
"Magnum", "Meister Bräu" "Miller", and "Milwaukee's Best", are registered trademarks of the Miller Brewing Company.
Stouts are stronger versions of mild ale; some, such as milk stouts, contain lactose (milk sugar) as a sweetener.Better control over the process, with the use of the thermometer and saccharometer, was developed in Britain and transferred to the Continent, where the development of ice-making and refrigeration equipment in the late 19th century enabled lager beers to be brewed in summer.In the 1860s the French chemist pure-culture technology was taken up quickly by Continental lager brewers but not until the 20th century by the ale brewers of Britain.In Europe the properties of the water used for brewing, the types of malt, the brewing practices, and the yeast strains have contributed to traditional distinctions between beers. Made from a mixture of malt extracts, porter was a strong, dark-coloured, highly hopped beer consumed by the market porters in London.Brewers in Burton upon Trent, using the famous hard waters of that region and pale malts roasted in coke-fired kilns, created pale Pale ale is less strong, less bitter, paler in colour, and clearer than porter.
Modern breweries use stainless-steel equipment and computer-controlled automated operations, and they package beer in metal casks, glass bottles, aluminum cans, and plastic containers.