What kind of color does beer have?


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2011-01-07 01:21:52
2011-01-07 01:21:52

Beer is commonly found as the color brown. Other times it is found as a clear color.


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The color of beer depends on what it is made out of. It varies from light to dark brown.

The color of a beer is determined by the malt. The most common color is a pale amber produced from using pale malts.

depends on the kind of beer.

beer is kind of a drug but i really think it is a drug

it depends on what kind of beer it is

Hellboy drinks Tecate Beer

No, it's a soft drink. It has no alcohol in it.

The kind that gets you drunk.

Aston Merrygold's favorite color is

yellowish gold to dark brown

IT SURE DOES!!! heheheeee...

Mostly milk and beer... They also made some kind of beer with honey...

PBR or Budweiser but he really didn't much drink beer.

Root beer smooth is likely to be the "top of the barrel" of root beers. Therefore it is lighter than root beer regular.

Beer is a fermented product of grains such as barley and rice. The alcohol in beer is the same as other alcoholic beverages; it is ethanol.

Chang beer is a beer that was created in Thailand. This beer is created from deep well water, quality malt and hops. It is stated that it became the number one Thai beer after only 4 years on the market.

It is an American Style Lager

The best answer for this is rootbeer.

i do know eggman made shadow so he must be a robot of some kind so he might drink beer or some kind of wine

it depends what kind of Guinness beer you want to know about, there's different kinds.

Arent beer and liquor alcohol?? wich kind of means they're the same thing?!

No, Sioux City root beer is not made from beer. Its ingredients include purified carbonated water, pure cane sugar, caramel color, artificial flavors, and citric acid.

Depends what kind/brand of beer it is, mainly around 600 callories though.

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