Dark beer

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Random information on the term “Dark beer”:

Altbier (German: old beer) is a style of beer brewed in the historical region of Westphalia and around the city of Düsseldorf, Germany. Its name comes from it being top-fermented, an older method than the bottom fermentation of other lager beers.

Altbier is usually a dark copper colour. It is fermented at a moderate temperature using a top-fermenting yeast which gives its flavour some fruitiness, but matured at a cooler temperature, which gives it a cleaner and crisper taste more akin to lager beer styles than is the norm for top-fermented beers, such as British pale ale.

Altbier is a beer variety strongly associated with the Lower Rhine region and especially in the towns of Düsseldorf, Krefeld and Mönchengladbach Although it remains popular in those towns, its market share elsewhere has been falling and across the North Rhine Westphalia region has dropped below 5%. Elsewhere in Germany very little Alt is sold. The first producer to use the name Alt to contrast its top-fermenting beer with the bottom-fermenting kinds was the Schumacher brewery of Düsseldorf, which opened in 1838.

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