Beer a type of non-distilled , fermented beverage made from fermented barley malt or other cereal and sprouded grains , combined with water, hops, and yeast.

Born from the barley "cervisa" of the old times, beer is one of the oldest drinks in the world. From the Latin dibere (to drink). Examples are beers are lager beer which is a light and dry beer; ale is heavier and more bitter than lager, bock beer, porter and stout are progressively heavier, darker, richer and sweeter.

-see also:
"Beer" is in the NAICS Code "424810"
  (Beer and Ale Merchant WholesalersPorter merchant wholesalers)

"Beer" is in the CPC Code "2431"
  Beer made from malt

"Beer" is in the HS Code "2203.00"
  - Beer made from malt.

"Beer" is in the UNSPSC Code "50202201"

Ref: 120835/2006-09-27

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