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Tax Return for Beer Production

Among all the sources that fill the budget of Canada, 80% are tax payments from both residents and non-residents who receive income in this country.…

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Russian Imperial Stout

Russian Imperial Stout is a very strong, dark top-fermented beer of British origin, with a gravity of 18 to 27% and an ABV of 8…

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Foreign-Style Stout

Foreign-style stouts are the stouts that are produced anywhere outside the British archipelago. In Ireland, a foreign stout is any stout brewed outside of that…

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Sweet Stout

The Irish stout can compete with its English version, sweet stout. In other countries, it is also known as a “milk” or “cream” stout, but…

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Dry Stout

Dry stout is produced in the same way as porters and differs from them in gravity. The alcohol content of the drink ranges from 4…

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Dark Lager

Munich Dark Lager is characterized by a rich malt aroma with chocolate, caramel, and nutty nuances. The alcohol content of the drink can be up…

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Bière de Garde

Bière de Garde is a traditional French beer, made mainly in the north of France. Its style slightly resembles the Belgian Saison but has a…

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Bitter

Bitter is a type of pale ale that has a bitter taste and a pleasant aftertaste. This truly English drink dates back to the 17th…

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Pale Ale

Pale Ale is a light beer. Usually, people think of ale as a light-colored, top-fermented beverage with a minimal amount of carbon dioxide. But it…

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Belgian white beer

Belgian white beers are very similar to other beers made from wheat. First of all, they are similar in the ingredients used to make them,…