Did you know? Beer is far more complex than wine. Name the reasons why this is so.?!

Question: Did you know!? Beer is far more complex than wine!. Name the reasons why this is so!.!?
It is partly due to the ingredients!. But also to the many steps involved in brewing!. The mash has many variables!. The boil has variable!. These are things that in addition to the ingredients wine does not have!. These together work to make a very complex beer-beverage!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Great question!
Wheras a winmaker only has to find a great vineyard, crush the grapes and stay out of the way (a few decisions must be made as to barrel programs, yeast choices fermentation temps, etc!.) the brewer plans the product from style conception to fisinshed product!.
There are hundereds of decisions to be made with regard to water treatment, ingredient choices (mash bill, hop types and combinations, yeast type), mash temperature, hop addition timing, fermentation schedule, carbonation amount and method!.!.!.to name the basics!.

A great beer has the complexities and depth of flavors and aromas as a fine wine; take a fine German Pilsner for example - A high-wire act of delicate malt flavors balanced with a subtle herbalness from the flavor and aroma hops that finishes with a bracing bitterness, leaving the drinker wanting another sip!.!.!.or a fine British Ale - Complex fruitiness in the nose with a sweet yet earthy, nuttiness from the Fuggles or East Kent Goldings hops that warms the body and soul!.

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Yeah it is the variables in ingredients and processing!.

Beer / wine

4 ing!. / 1 ing

cooked / raw

most carbonated/ 1 carbonatedWww@FoodAQ@Com

Beer is made from many more components than wine!. Wine is only made from grapes, so the flavors of beer are more widely varied and different!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Wine is made from more than just juice!. You also need nutrients and have to worry about pH and stopping the fermentation at the right time!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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