The History of Beer
How long have we been drinking beer? What about the Egyptians and beer? What does Louis Pasteur have to do with your beer?
The Ingredients of Beer
What is malted barley? What is the function of hops? What is the difference between top and bottom fermented beers?
The Brewing Process
How is beer brewed? What is dry hopping? What is wort? Learn everything about the brewing process.
Quality, Hygiene & Draught Systems
Which draught system do you work with? What does the law say about storage and hygiene?
Pilsner & Lager
Where does lager come from? Since when can we make it? What are the characteristics of a pilsner?
German Beer Types
Kolsch, Alt, Weizen. What is what? What about the Reinheitsgebot? Where does the term bockbeer come from?
Abbey & Trappist Beers
What is the difference between an abbey beer and a trappist beer?How many Trappist beers are there? What are known examples?
Belgian Beer Types
What is kriek? What characterizes a Lambic and how is Gueze made? This and more about the most famous beer country in the world.
English Beer Types
Besides tea, the British drink beer. England has a rich beer history. Dive into the world of Porter and Ale's.
USA & Craft Beer Revolution
The USA has a current and lively beer history. From the prohibition to the rise of large breweries, back to microbreweries and brewpubs.
The Beer Label
What information can you find on the label? Learn how to read the beer label in this chapter!
Pouring & Serving Beer
Why do you skim a pilsner? Do you pour a specialty beer differently? What about a stout? What are the correct serving techniques?
Tasting & Describing Beer
Drinking beer is not the same as tasting it. With the right tasting techniques you can distinguish fragrances and aromas, taste and aftertaste. Cheers!
Beer & Food
There are a lot of great combinations to make with beer and food. Here you will learn how to match your dishes with the right beer.
How much do you know about Heineken? Learn about the founders and the techniques that make Heineken great.
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