Does the term "high fermentation" imply that a beer is stronger in degrees of alcohol?
#107744. Asked by flem-ish. (Aug 06 09 6:36 PM)
High fermentation generally refers to teh temperature at which the beer is fermmented.
"High fermentation takes places at a temperature varying between 15 and 25 C whereas low fermentation takes place at a temperature varying between 0 and 14 C. In the United States and Great Britain, the words "high fermentation" are generally associated with the word "ale" whereas low fermentation is associated with the word "lager"."
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