you don't need malt for beer so probably any beer really
Malted barley is required to make beer. If there is no malt, it is not beer.
Bushmills malt 10 .....single malt Irish whiskey
Smirnoff Ice is technically a "malt beverage." Beer is also a malt beverage. The biggest difference between the two is the flavoring in a Smirnoff Ice. The alcohol content and the production method is similar, but beer is typically flavored mainly with hops (a type of flower). "Malt beverages" tend to be fruit-flavored.
Of course it isn't! Beer is water, yeast, malt and hops. A better definition would be yeast pee, as the alcohol is what is evacuated by the yeast after eating the sugar in the malt.
same as other beer - water, hops, malt, yeast
That would be beer. According to the dictionary, beer is "a fermented alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and flavored with hops."
there is only malt in root beer when u order malt root beer. When its in the name there is malt in it. :)
Beer is a malt beverage
All beer has some malt content
Nonalcoholic beer is a malt beverage
Malt beverages include ale, beer, malt liquor, nonalcoholic beer, porter, and stout
Malt adds extra sugar which can give the beer a higher alcohol content. That's why malt liquor is so alcoholic.
Anywhere from 25 to 50 pounds of malt are used to make one barrel of beer
Beer is made with water, malt, hops and yeast
This category includes establishments primarily engaged in the manufacturing of malt beverages, including ale, beer, malt liquor, nonalcoholic beer, porter, and stout
Beer and whisky.