It is difficult to choose one particular beer as being better than the others, as there are far too many different types of beers, references of beers, and breweries. Furthermore, each person has his own tastes and inclinations in his choice of beer. To help you to find and buy a good beer, Bestwine • Online offers a selection of prestigious beers chosen by well-known names in gastronomy. Whether you are an amateur or an expert in beer, discover on Bestwine • Online a selection of beer references appearing on the wine list of starred gastronomic restaurants. The opportunity to discover delectable beers advised by sommeliers, chefs, and barmen in the most prestigious restaurants in the world.
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Refer to Chief’s, Sommelier’s, Bartender’s from gastronomic restaurants of all around the world‘s opinion to discover the best Beer’s brands and best references. A ranking and comparative of the best Beer’s brands by the Chief’s, Sommelier’s and Bartender’s from the top gastronomic experts.
|Beer Name||Beer Brand or Brewery||Beer Category||Beer Origin||Beer Alcohol Degree||Restaurant|
|Rutz rebell||Saurez Vollbier||–||Germany – Berlin||–||⭐⭐⭐ – Rutz – Germany|
|Helles Vom Fass||Privatbrauerei am Rollberg||Germany – Berlin||–||⭐⭐⭐ – Rutz – Germany|
|Berliner Schnauze Dunkles Lager||Schoppe Bräu||Germany – Berlin||–||⭐⭐⭐ – Rutz – Germany|
|Pietra||Pietra||Dark lager||France – Corsica||–||⭐⭐⭐ – Odette – Singapore|
|Dupont||Dupont||Saison||Belgium – Tourpes||6,5°||⭐⭐⭐ – Odette – Singapore|
⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom
|Tegernsee||Tegernsee||Lager||Germany – Tegernsee||4,8°||⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom|
|Nibon Kai||Mori 1985||IPA||Japan – Niigita||6°||⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom|
|Orval||Orval||Trappist||Belgium – Florenville||6,2°||⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom|
|Deus Brut des Flandes||Brouwerij Bosteels||Belgian Ale||Belgium – Kerkstraat||11,5°||⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom|
|Oude Gueze||3 Fontenein||Lambic||Belgium – Brusselle||6°||⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom|
|Marriage Parfait||Boon Geuze||Lambic||Belgium – Lambeek||8°||⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom|
|Kriek||Oud Beersel||Fruited Lambic||Belgium- Beersel||6°||⭐⭐⭐ – Hélène Darroze at the Connaught – United Kingdom|
|The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs||Mad Fritz||Ale||USA||7,8°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|The Donkey and Thristle||Mad Fritz||Pale lager||USA||6,7°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Terroir Select Napa||Mad Fritz||Ale||USA||7,1°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|The Dog With a Clog||Mad Fritz||–||USA||6,9°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Humulus Lupulus||Mad Fritz||Chinook Hops||USA||7,8°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|The Peacock & Jupiter||Mad Fritz||–||USA||5,6°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Pisner||Herslev Bryghus||–||Denmark||5,5°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|India Dark Ale||Herslev Bryghus||Dark Ale||Denmark||6,2°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|IPA||Herslev Bryghus||IPA||Denmark||6°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Brown Ale||Krenkerup||Brown Ale||Denmark||5,3°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Gèranium Guld||Krenkerup||–||Denmark||5,7°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Doppelbock||Krenkerup||–||Denmark||8,3°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|City Session||To Øl||IPA||Denmark||4,5°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|45 Days Organic Pilsner||To Øl||–||Denmark||4,7°||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Penyllan||–||Denmark||–||⭐⭐⭐ – Geranium – Denmark|
|Core Bohemia||–||–||–||4,5°||⭐⭐⭐ – Core by Clare Smyth – United Kingdom|
|Lucky Saint Lager||–||Lager||–||0,5°||⭐⭐⭐ – Core by Clare Smyth – United Kingdom|
|Trappist Westlevelteren||–||–||–||–||⭐⭐⭐ – Core by Clare Smyth – Hong Kong|
|Anchor||–||California Lager||–||4,9°||⭐⭐⭐ – Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester United Kingdom|
|Fuller’s||–||London Pride||–||4,7°||⭐⭐⭐ – Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester – United Kingdom|
|Republika||Winsor & Eaton||Craft Pilsner||United Kingdom||4,8°||⭐⭐⭐ – The Fat Duck – United Kingdom|
|Cotswold Premium Lager||–||Lager||United Kingdom||5°||⭐⭐⭐ – The Fat Duck – United Kingdom|
|Treason||Uprising Craft||IPA||United Kingdom||6°||⭐⭐⭐ – The Fat Duck – United Kingdom|
|Budweiser||Budvar||Lager||Czech Republic||5°||⭐⭐⭐ – The Fat Duck – United Kingdom|
|Rodenbach Grand Cru||–||Red Ale||Belgium||6°||⭐⭐⭐ – The Fat Duck – United Kingdom|
|Pernilla Perle||Brannland||–||Sweden||8°||⭐⭐⭐ – The Fat Duck – United Kingdom|
Beer is the one of the most highly consumed drinks in the world after water and tea. Beer is also the oldest alcoholic drink known to date, consumed worldwide, it is the most popular drink in the world, its consumption is the highest in the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Estonia, Poland, Ireland, Croatia, Venezuela, Finland, Romania, and Australia. The main beer producing countries are China, The United States and Germany.
Beer is served cold. Traditionally, beer is served in pint glasses or tankards. Glasses specifically adapted for drinking a larger or smaller quantity. In fact, beer can be drunk in greater quantity than other alcohols. It is often served as an aperitif. However, nowadays, it is also served with a meal. Beer has changed and offers a variety of flavours which allow it to be an ideal accompaniment to a meal. So, more and more sommeliers advise Beer to accompany certain dishes. Fish can be accompanied by beer with aromas of citrus fruits, for example. Some chefs in starred gastronomic restaurants create dishes made with beer. The typical bitterness of beer helps chefs to develop delicious combinations of flavours. Beer is used in many traditional recipes; it can be found as the main ingredient in beer soup or as one of the ingredients of Flemish Carbonade for example.
Beer is appreciated by gourmets for its many different qualities. First of all, its taste which can be bitter, acidic, sweet, or even bizarre for some of the most original versions. There are also light and strong beers as far as the alcohol content is concerned. Beer can be alcohol free or have an alcohol content of up to 28% for the strongest ones. Beer also has an attractive appearance. Sometimes cloudy or clear, beer displays a variety of colours to decorate a table.
Beer is made of several ingredients and in several stages. Barley and water are used to make the malting. This malting is then mixed with mash (a mixture of malt and water) which allows the next stage the saccharification, this gives a wort to which hops, and spices are added to complete the hopping. Yeast is then added to the wort to ferment it in order to obtain Beer, that can be kept and then bottled or bottled directly.
In addition to the raw materials needed to manufacture beer, it is possible to add other ingredients. Beer is mainly composed of water, malt (or barley, wheat, and oats), hops and yeast. Other raw grains can be added to these elements such as wheat for lager or Lambic beer or even rice for Budweiser. Spices are also added like coriander, orange peel, hemp, honey, or caramel.
The ingredients used in beer give different sorts of beer:
White Beer (Lager): White Beer is brewed with very pale malts which give the beer a flowery and fruity aroma Lagers are often White Beers
Amber or red beer (Bitter): amber beers also known as red Beer are brewed with slightly roasted malt. Amber beer has a slightly less coppery colour. It has aromas of caramel, liquorice, and nuts.
Dark Beer (Stout): Dark Beer is made with roasted malt. Like Guinness, Dark Beer has a brown more or less cloudy colour. Its flavour varies between the bitterness of caramelised sugar and the pronounced flavour of hops.
Black Beer: Black beer is made with very roasted malt. It can have aromas of coffee.
White Beer (Lager): White Beer is made from wheat (malted or raw). It has a pale-yellow colour, often cloudy due to the yeast in suspension. Lager has notes of citrus fruits most of the time.
Bestwine • Online’s selection of best Beers
Thanks to the talent of chefs, sommeliers, and barmen in the most reputed restaurants in the world, you can take advantage of the advice of reliable professionals, who only serve what they consider to be the best to their customers. Professionals, who compose their wine list with the aim of satisfying their clients demands, by surprising them with a selection of unusual beers like Abbey beers or seasonal beers. Sommeliers in starred gastronomic restaurants regularly test new beers to incorporate them on their wine list and visit without hesitation, new breweries and beer makers who create new beers. To make a good beer needs a passionate brewer and the beer selected by sommeliers in starred gastronomic restaurants is based on its flavour and value. Find the beers which have appealed to the most demanding professionals on Bestwine • Online, browse a reference list of their choice of best beers and discover new references. We have decided not to search for the best beer, rather a selection of excellent beers on the tables of the greatest gastronomic restaurants.
Each day, we update our reference list of the most fabulous beers. To allow you to rapidly find and buy a good beer, we select the beers that frequently appear on the wine list of starred gastronomic restaurants. You will also discover a table of beers offered in each starred gastronomic restaurant. This reference list is neither a classification nor a comparison of beer, simply a suggestion of high-quality beers from which you can make an unlimited choice!
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I am a Beer lover. This drink which is a symbol of pleasant moments shared with friends, is consumed all over the world. There are thousands of beer references and therefore breweries which produce them. There are also dozens of types of Beer. So, it is impossible to compare them and pick out one brand as being the best. Each Beer is unique and there are thousands of excellent Beers. Original Beers, hand crafted Beers, local Beers, Beer is present in different forms everywhere. It is the reason why I like beer because it is an authentic alcoholic drink which is constantly reinventing itself. It is always possible to discover new beers. With Bestwine • Online, I would like everyone to discover new references of upmarket Beers selected by professionals of good food and fine wine. I am not a Beer expert, but I know that chefs, sommeliers, and barmen in starred gastronomic restaurants have the knowledge and experience to designate delectable Beers. To choose Beer, I consult this reference list of the greatest Beers to be sure of making an excellent and reliable choice. Each person whatever his knowledge of Beer, can take inspiration from a selection made by the most reputed addresses in worldwide gastronomy to choose a fabulous Beer.
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