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Brasserie du Mont Blanc 'La Verte' Beer with Genepi (Absyntium Glacii) 5.9% 330ml - Beer - Liquor Wine Cave

Brasserie du Mont Blanc 'La Verte' Beer with Genepi (Absyntium Glacii) 5.9% 330ml

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Beer

Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world, and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. Beer is brewed from cereal grains most commonly from malted barley, though wheat, maize, and rice are also used.

At Liquor Wine Cave, we understand the importance of offering a wide variety of beer to cater to all tastes and preferences. Whether you're a fan of crisp lagers, hoppy IPAs, rich stouts, or refreshing wheat beers, we have something for everyone. Our selection includes both local and international brews, ensuring that you can explore a range of flavours and styles. From light and easy-drinking options to bold and complex brews, we have the perfect beer for any occasion. We also offer a range of seasonal and limited edition releases, so you can always discover something new and exciting. Our knowledgeable staff are on hand to provide recommendations and help you find the perfect beer to complement your meal or celebration. With our commitment to quality and variety, you can trust Liquor Wine Cave to be your go-to destination for all things beer.

Beer has a rich and diverse history, dating back thousands of years. It is believed to have originated in ancient Mesopotamia, where it was brewed by the Sumerians around 4000 BCE. From there, beer spread throughout the ancient world, with different cultures adding their own unique flavours and brewing techniques.



In medieval Europe, beer became an essential part of daily life. Monasteries played a significant role in brewing beer, with monks perfecting the craft and developing new recipes. The introduction of hops in the 9th century revolutionized the brewing process, adding bitterness and acting as a natural preservative.



During the Industrial Revolution, beer production became more efficient with the invention of steam power and refrigeration. This led to the rise of large-scale breweries and the mass production of beer.



In Australia, beer has a strong cultural significance. It was brought by European settlers in the late 18th century and quickly became a popular beverage. Today, Australia boasts a vibrant beer culture, with a wide variety of flavours and styles available to suit every palate. Whether it's a crisp lager, a hoppy IPA, or a rich stout, beer continues to be enjoyed by Australians across the country.

Beer is a versatile and beloved alcoholic beverage that has been enjoyed by people around the world for centuries. To truly appreciate the value of beer, it is important to understand how to drink it properly. Start by selecting the appropriate glassware, as different styles of beer have specific glass shapes that enhance their flavors and aromas. Pour the beer gently into the glass, allowing a moderate head to form, which helps release the beer's aromatics. Take a moment to observe the beer's appearance, noting its color and clarity. Next, bring the glass to your nose and inhale deeply, savoring the complex aromas that range from malty and hoppy to fruity and floral. Finally, take a sip and let the beer coat your palate, allowing the flavors to unfold. Pay attention to the beer's balance of sweetness, bitterness, and acidity, as well as any unique characteristics it may possess. Remember to drink responsibly and savor each sip, as beer is not just a beverage, but an experience to be enjoyed.