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ice beer

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(Brewing) a beer that is chilled after brewing so that any water is turned to ice and then removed
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The report presents an overview on various types of beers such as light beers, premium beers, malt liquors, imported beers, popular beers, nonalcoholic beers, super-premium beers, ice beers, and malt liquors.
Summary: The report presents an overview on various types of beers such as light beers, premium beers, malt liquors, imported beers, popular beers, nonalcoholic beers, super-premium beers, ice beers, and malt liquors.
Those were the bright spots, though: Light beer was essentially flat, while popular and ice beers were each down 1.2% from 2011, malt liquor fell 3.0% and super-premium and premium domestic beers decreased 3.1%
"Ice Beer?" Well, there are true ice beers brewed in Germany.
This business is always looking for the next hit--a decade ago it was dry beers, then ice beers debuted and next it was maltematives.
Light beer increased its share of total beer to 42.4% on a 6% volume increase, while imports (+10.3%) and domestic ice beers (+7.8%) also registered increases.
Under MacDonough's tenure, Miller acquired Molson USA and introduced brands like Red Dog and the ice beers Icehouse and Molson Ice.
The product is meant to be a sensory experience much as ice beers and other "ice" products are.
In addition, this year, there were three ice beers included in this category.
But there has obviously been a shift from ice beers. Despite that, we're seeing markets where it is stabilizing.
(Imported beers are also experiencing decent growth, and ice beers, with a little more alcohol content, have made surprising inroads in the U.S.
Three ice beers made the Established Growth Brands list this year.