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  1. subusiso
    August 3, 2010

    all the differences are not mentioned

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    • Abdulz Malik
      May 22, 2012

      both have alcohol
      wine is from grapes and is not carbonated
      beer is from wheat and is carbonated

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      • Claude Demers
        June 28, 2013

        Beer is made primarily from barley, not wheat. Essentially made from 4 ingredients : water, barley (and/or wheat, rye, rice…), hops and yeast. These are the 4 essential ingredient without any of which you cannot make what is called “beer”. In addition spices, fruits, herbs and other ingredients can be added.

        In my experience of a little over 20 years (drinker and brewer) the spectrum of beer tastes and aromas is infinitly larger than wine.

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  2. Abdulz Malik
    May 22, 2012

    Hello Asalamo alikum Abdulz Malik Here

    both have alcohol
    wine is from grapes and is not carbonated
    beer is from wheat and is carbonated

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    • KT
      March 16, 2016

      In addition, champagne or any sparkling wine which is considered as wine is also carbonated.

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  3. Michael
    June 27, 2013

    “Unlike beers that are more or less the same, regardless of manufacturer, and are regarded as plainly the same old alcoholic beverages extracted from the usual grains…”

    This statement is false. True the big commercial beer category might be this way. But Craft Beer has so many varieties and flavors. Differences in aroma, taste, mouthfeel, texture… I mean come on….are you telling me a Dry Stout tastes anything like Hefeweizen or that a bock is remotely similar to Czech Pilsner.

    Google…”why beer is better than wine”.

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  4. Alex
    June 7, 2014

    There is no comparison.

    There is far more depth and sophistication to beer than wine could ever achieve. The reason for this is there are purely more ingredients and more flavours able to be extracted from the ingredients then grapes. Malt + Hops vs Grapes. There is the differing degree of roasting or kilning of the malt to add more depth and then the different degree of hop flavours and aromas and species. The list goes on.

    Don’t be confused that beer is all the same. Lager beer that dominates the market is all the same. But this is only a small fraction on what is able to be achieved with beer.

    If you are of the opinion that wine tastes better then that’s your personal preference. But I dare say that you are of this opinion because you have never tasted real beer before.

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