What is lager-type dark beer?
Lager refers to “Bottom-Fermented Beer” which is
made from “Bottom-Fermented Yeast” that sank under the fermenter.
The word was derived from the German word for “Storage”.
Lager is made by storing for a long time at a lower temperature than Ale,
the top-fermented beer. Unlike ale-type dark beer with
a deep taste and aroma, lager-type dark beer features
a crisp and refreshing taste thanks to the small amount of sediments.
Ale, the top-fermented beer
Ales, which use yeast that float above fermenters,
feature fragrant, rich and deep flavors.