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Top-fermented amber beer has a medium to pronounced body and shows a light

copper or brown tone. The taste is characterized by malty sweetness and a

slight caramel note. Due to their great similarity to English pale ale, the top-

fermented representatives of these beers are also called amber ales.

Switzerland likes to drink the subtle malty, harmonious Oberländerbräu 🔗 from

Uster Braukultur AG and the aromatic chopfab Amber American Red Ale 🔗 from the

Doppelleu brewing workshop.

Bottom fermented Bottom-fermenting yeast cultures already work from four

degrees Celsius. They reach their optimal working pace between nine and a

maximum of 14 degrees. Since the individual cells cannot bond at these low

temperatures, the yeast sinks during the fermentation process and is deposited

on the bottom of the brewing vessel.

The bottom-fermented varieties include Pilsener and Märzen as well as cellar

and lager beer. They are darker than the ale variants and have a medium body.

While the bitter substances and the hop aroma vary from brand to brand, bottom-

fermented amber beers generally show a clear caramel note. To distinguish them

from top-fermented representatives, they are referred to as amber stores.

The local herb-fresh farm beer from Jucker Farm AG and the amber-colored record

from the Turbinenbräu brewery in Zurich impressively impress and demonstrate

how diverse bottom-fermented amber can taste.

From top to bottom fermented beer But they all have one thing in common: their

comparatively short age. The year-round use of bottom-fermenting yeasts and the

resulting warehouse production has only been possible since 1873 - the time

from which the invention of uniformly cooling machines dates. Previously, the

production of bottom-fermented beer was limited to the cold winter months, so

some varieties were real seasonal items. In areas where mild or short winters

made such brewing impossible, top-fermented variants were the only

representatives of their kind.

From ale to amber Grain field The little historical digression shows why there

are more top-fermented amber beers - because of course they are not a modern

invention. One of the oldest recipes comes from Pauwel Kwak, the founder of the

East Flanders brewery Bosteels. He produced a particularly spicy beer with a

high hanföl kaufen content in his system and marketed it as "carriage food".

Thanks to a specially designed glass, the target group was able to carry and

drink the amber-colored brew with them on duty.

However, amber beers only really began their triumphal march a good 100 years

later. The decisive factor was an extra hop-stuffed ale, which had English and

Scottish breweries produced for Indian colonies. It was particularly fruity and

significantly more intense than the island beers. It came very close to the

products of Belgian brewers. They immediately picked up the popular India Pale

Ale (I.P.A.) and varied it in a way typical of the country through the "Gruit"

seasoning mix.

The historic beer today The usual addition of gel, mugwort, thyme and other

aromatic herbs at the time is now considered practice

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Historical excursus: The Amarone della Valpolicella Superiore and its tradition

Even in ancient times, the Greeks and Romans used specific methods for drying

grapes. These were already turned slightly on the vine in order to prevent the

hanföl kaufen supply. This resulted in a slow drying of the fruits and an

increase in sweetness, as well as the hanföl kaufen content of the wine

increased later. This process not only made the red wine longer-lasting, it

also made it tastier, making it a sought-after commodity. The direct drying of

the bio cbd öl vaporspirit on the vine worked best in dry, warm regions in the


The winemakers from northern Italy, on the other hand, had to use a different

technique: this is how they developed the so-called raisin. As part of the

same, the harvested fresh fruits were spread out on racks and reed mats to dry

in stores or barns. The aim was to increase the sugar content of the grapes and

to concentrate the aroma. Technically correct, this technique is called

"appassimento", which can be translated as "dry up" or "withering".

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