The beer market is mainly composed of the following ten parts: imports, domestic specialties, super premium, premium conventional, light, ice, malt substitutes, malt liquor, popular conventional and others.
Although beer is brewed with similar materials, beer all over the world has a unique style. Their uniqueness comes from the mineral content used, the types of ingredients used and the differences in brewing methods. Strictly speaking, there are two classic beer styles: light beer and light beer. However, in addition to malt and beer, there are other classic beer styles worth mentioning, such as wheat beer, port, stout and Rambis.
Traditionally, ale has the closest relationship with Britain, Ireland and Scotland. British varieties include pale ale, bitter ale and ale. Indian ale brown beer; old beer and barley. Today, ale is produced all over the world. The pale beer family also includes Belgian specialty beers, German specialty beers and American pale beers. Pale beer usually has a fruity aroma and palate, and usually has a complex flavor. Pale beers vary greatly in bitterness, color, sweetness and pungency.
The beer market is the most concentrated market among the three alcohol industries. The three beer producers are: Anheuser-Busch, SAB-Miller and Molson Coors Molson Coors Brewing Company (Molson Coors Brewing Company) accounts for about 79% of total beer sales.
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The candle filter is a pre-coated or pressure filter, mainly used to clarify fermented and stored beer, although other applications (such as sterile filtration or wort filtration) are also possible.
The candle is installed in a cylindrical pressure vessel, which receives unfiltered beer. The candle itself is a membrane containing the filter aid. In the process of solid-liquid separation, the filter aid may be diatomaceous earth, perlite, cellulose or other materials. The candle itself does not undergo any filtering. The filter aid of the coated candle can be used for actual filtration. Most commonly, candles are made of metal, and today they are almost exclusively made of stainless steel or ceramics, although they can also be made of other materials. Early candles consisted of stacked gaskets with small dimples to create gaps between them, allowing liquid but not filter aid to pass through. Nowadays, candles are made of wedge-shaped or v-shaped wires, and their accuracy is much higher than that of old candles.