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alcoholic beverage: see beerbeer,
alcoholic beverage made by brewing and fermenting cereals, especially malted barley, usually with the addition of hops as a flavoring agent and stabilizer. One of the oldest of alcoholic beverages (there is archaeological evidence dating to c.3000 B.C.
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strong porter highly flavoured with malt


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This unique way of finishing Jameson Irish Whiskey in stout beer barrels imparts the rich stout characteristics of coffee, cocoa and a gentle hint of hops."
"One of the things we found was it's actually very easy to see bubbles forming in stout beer rather than in, say, champagne where the bubble formation process is much more violent," the BBC quoted Dr Lee as saying.
This weekend her parents Tracy, 45, John, 56, and brother Stuart, 22, have organised a stout beer festival at the Beamish Mary Inn in Stanley, County Durham, to mark Katy's 21st and raise funds for the region's children's heart unit which is credited with saving her.
McGrath, director of admissions at Sterling Village, a nursing and rehabilitation center in Sterling, was sampling a naked stout beer from the Gardner Ale House in Gardner while trying some Cajun shrimp from a table her own company set up.
The name was arrived at during a brain-storming session between the band's manager and producer to come up with something different - it was an anagram of Cully Stout Beer which they were supping at the time.
When Hearn held a by-invitation tasting a month ago, about 150 people agreed to sample and review 18 flavors, from the new bacon one to others such as cappuccino stout beer, key lime pie, Black Forest (dark chocolate ice cream with chocolate chips and dark Oregon sweet cherries) and honey fig.
A new generation of Mexicans has grown up with the economic openness of the Nafta-era and developed international tastes, craving exotic zests like stout beer and Italian wine.