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Description: Bottom-fermented beer types - are obtained by fermenting with "bottom" strains. The yeast is deposited as a layer at the bottom of the fermentation vessel, so allowing the beer to ferment only slowly. German purity regulations allow bottom-fermented beer to be made solely from barley malt, hops, yeast and water. The following are examples of bottom-fermented types: - Dortmunder" beers: light color, less hopped and more full-bodied than the Pilsener type - Pilsener" beers: light color, strongly hopped, harmoniously balanced, strongly bitter, highly fermented, long-lasting head - "Munchner" beers: dark brown color, weak hop-bitterness, malty flavor
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