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Icelandic lager

As camp in German-speaking different are beers called.

In the English-speaking area, lager is the name for all types of bottom-fermented beer.


The production of bottom-fermented beer requires low temperatures, which is why brewing was limited to the cool winter months before the invention of the refrigeration machine . Because of its good storage properties, it could be stored in ice cellars until the following autumn. The name warehouse refers to this property .


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