What is a beer?
There is a lot of confusion about what is and is not a beer.
There are so many different terms used in beer labels and labels are used by many different breweries.
The problem with this is, it’s very difficult to define what is or isn’t a beer because there are so few definitions.
What is a “beer”?
There really is no way to know what is a beverage.
Some definitions have been created and used by the beverage industry, others have not.
So what is beer?
Beer is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented malt extract.
It’s a beverage made with beer yeast.
If you have any doubts, ask the bartender.
A common misconception is that a beer can be consumed by people over the age of 16.
That’s not true.
As of September 30, 2017, alcohol consumption ages 16 to 21 in the U.S.
A 17-year-old can drink 4-6 gallons of beer.
This does not include any age restrictions, such as the age limit for driving, which is 21.
A 16-year old can drink 1.5-2 gallons of wine, 3.5 gallons of liquor and 6-8 gallons of spirits.
The only way to drink beer in the state of Oregon is in a small, enclosed area such as a beer garden or on a private property.
Beer is not available in grocery stores.
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