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  1. BEER Beer is the world's the oldest and the most widely consume alcoholic beverage and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea.

  2. INTRODUCTION • It is produced by the brewing and fermentation of starches, mainly derived from cereal grains — the most common of which is malted barley, although wheat, maize/corn, and rice are also widely used. • Starch – škrob • Malted -sladový • Barley - ječmen

  3. INTRODUCTION • Most beer is flavoured with hops, which add bitterness and act as a natural preservative, though other flavourings such as herbs or fruit may occasionally be included. • hops – chmel • bitterness -hořkost

  4. INTRODUCTION • Beer forms part of the culture of various beer-drinking nations and has acquired various social traditions, such as beer festivals and a rich pub culture involving activities such as pub crawling or pub games. • Crawl – plazit se, lézt

  5. HISTORY • Beer is one of the world's oldest beverages, possibly dating back to 6000 BC, and is recorded in the written history of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. • The earliest Sumerian writings contain references to beer.

  6. HISTORY • As almost any substance containing carbohydrates, mainly sugar or starch, can naturally undergo fermentation, it is likely that beer-like beverages were independently invented among various cultures throughout the world.

  7. HISTORY • The invention of bread and beer has been argued to be responsible for humanity's ability to develop technology and build civilization. • The earliest known chemical evidence of beer dates to circa 3500–3100 BC.

  8. HISTORY • Beer was spread through Europe by Germanic and Celtic tribes as far back as 3000 BC, though it was mainly brewed on a domestic scale. • The product that the early Europeans drank might not be recognised as beer by most people today.

  9. HISTORY • The early European beers might contain alongside the basic starch source: fruits, honey, numerous types of plants, spices and other substances such as narcotic drugs. • What they did not contain was hops. • alongside - vedle

  10. HISTORY • Beer produced before the Industrial Revolution continued to be made and sold on a domestic scale, although by the 7th century AD, beer was also being produced and sold by European monasteries.

  11. BREWING • The process of making beer is known as brewing. • A dedicated building for the making of beer is called a brewery, though beer can be made in the home and has been for much of beer's history.

  12. INGREDIENTS • The basic ingredients of beer are • water • a starch source, such as malted barley, able to be fermented (converted into alcohol) • a brewer's yeast to produce the fermentation • a flavouring such as hops.

  13. INGREDIENTS • A mixture of starch sources may be used, with a secondary starch source, such as corn, rice or sugar, often being termed an adjunct, especially when used as a lower-cost substitute for malted barley. • Be termed – nazývat se • Adjunct – přídavek, doplněk

  14. WATER • Beer is composed mostly of water. • Different regions have water with different mineral components. • As a result, different regions were originally better suited to making certain types of beer, thus giving them a regional character. • Suit – hodit se • Thus – tím, a tak, čili

  15. STARCH SOURCE • The starch source in a beer provides the fermentable material and is a key determinant of the strength and flavour of the beer. • The most common starch source used in beer is malted grain. • Grain is malted by soaking it in water. • Soak – namáčet, máčet

  16. HOPS • Hops contain several characteristics that brewers desire in beer. • Hops contribute a bitterness that balances the sweetness of the malt; • the bitterness of beers is measured on the International Bitterness Units scale. • Malt - slad

  17. VARITIES OF BEER • While there are many different types of beer brewed around the globe, the basics of brewing beer are shared across national and cultural boundaries. • The traditional European brewing regionshave local varieties of beer.

  18. ALCOHOLIC STRENGTH • The alcohol in beer comes primarily from the metabolism of sugars that are produced during fermentation. • The quantity of fermentable sugars in the wort and the variety of yeast used to ferment the wort are the primary factors that determine the amount of alcohol in the final beer. • Wort - mladina

  19. BREWING INDUSTRY • SABMiller became the largest brewing company in the world when it acquired Royal Grolsch, brewer of Dutch premium beer brand Grolsch. • InBev was the second-largest beer-producing company in the world, and Anheuser-Busch held the third spot, but after the merger, between InBev and Anheuser-Busch, the new Anheuser-Busch InBev company is the largest brewer in the world.

  20. SERVING TEMPERATURE • The temperature of a beer has an influence on a drinker's experience; warmer temperatures reveal the range of flavours in a beer; however, cooler temperatures are more refreshing. • Most drinkers prefer beer to be served chilled.

  21. INTERNATIONAL CONSUMPTION • Beer is considered to be a social lubricant in many societies. • Beer is consumed in countries all over the world. • There are breweries in Middle Eastern countries such as Lebanon, Iraq and Syria as well as African countries and remote countries such as Mongolia.

  22. INTERNATIONAL CONSUMPTION • Sales of beer are four times that of wine, the second most popular alcoholic beverage. • In most societies, beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage. • Various social traditions and activities are associated with beer drinking.

  23. HEALTH EFFECTS • The main active ingredient of beer is alcohol, and therefore, the health effects of alcohol apply to beer. • The moderate consumption of alcohol, including beer, is associated with a decreased risk of cardiac disease and stroke.

  24. HEALTH EFFECTS • The long-term effects of alcohol abuse include the risk of developing: • alcoholism, • alcoholic liver disease, • and some forms of cancer.

  25. HEALTH EFFECTS • Brewer's yeast is known to be a rich source of nutrients; • As expected, beer can contain significant amounts of nutrients, including magnesium, selenium, potassium, and B vitamins. • In fact, beer is sometimes referred to as "liquid bread". • Selenium - selen • Potasium - draslík

  26. DRINK MODERATELY