A major health benefit of moderate beer drinker is that it reduces the risk of developing and dying from heart disease and possibly reduce of ischemic stroke (when the arteries to your brain become narrowed or blocked, causing severely reduced blood flow).
Beer is essentially fat free. Fats are highly water insoluble molecules which, when present in foodstuffs, are either in the form of emulsion or within a solid matrix. Beer of course, is largely water, and most beers contain very few insoluble solids. Therefore, Beer contains zero cholesterol.
There is nothing in Beer that is not in other commonly consumed foods. (water, malted barley, loops, yeast, corn etc)
Evidence of beer dating back 7000 years and it began as a drink made from soaking bread in water and allowing it to ferment.
There are 40,000 beer brands worldwide brewing with quality & excellence. Such as Star, 33, Goldberg, Gulder etc
Interestingly, scientists have found that moderate drinkers who drink regularly but only in small amounts had lower body weights than their non-drinking peers and those who drank a lot at once (binge drinkers)
According to the US department of Agriculture a half a pint of beer contains an average 7% of daily folate regiment for an adult and 9% of the required vitamin B2 intake.
Beer has 5s of tasting, Sight, Swirl, Smell, Sip and Swallow.
The oldest known beer evidence is from what is now known as Iraq. Then known as sumeria, part of Mesopotamia.
The origin of the word lager is from the Dutch for cold or the German for storage.