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Presentacion ingles

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Presentacion ingles

  1. 1. TheBeer<br /> Claudio Meneses<br /> Simón Pizarro<br /> Maximiliano Guzmán<br />
  2. 2. TheHistory<br /><ul><li>The history of beer is closely linked to the first steps taken by the men in agriculture and the consequent need for storage of grains.
  3. 3. Is assumed that its name comes from classical Latin cerevisia, Cervisia or by reference to Ceres, goddess of agriculture.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Farmers noted that this combination of milled grains, placed in a container and exposed to normal environment fermented (by the action of microorganisms in the environment). The result of the harvest and tasted liked to add water to ferment the resulting paste.
  4. 4. The industrial mass production is recognized as initiated in the late eighteenth century, leaving very few traces of those brands.</li></li></ul><li>Composition of beer<br /><ul><li>There are three basic products used for processing
  5. 5. Malt: Obtained malting process of malting barley grain
  6. 6. Hops: It comes from mature female flowers of the plant
  7. 7. Water: The great importance of this element is given because they collaborate in the process and taste the final product</li></li></ul><li>Besidesthese<br />Ingredients,weadd<br /><ul><li>Attachments: The broken rice and grits, as attachments, starches contribute only needed for brewing.
  8. 8. Yeast: Yeast are unicellular fungi that reproduce by budding.
  9. 9. Pasteurization
  10. 10. It is a thermal procedure or operation which is achieved by ensuring the biological quality over time without altering the composition of the product.</li></li></ul><li>Effectsharmful of beer<br /><ul><li>The sensitivity to pain is diminished
  11. 11. Decreases balance
  12. 12. Coordination decreases
  13. 13. The reaction time is slower
  14. 14. Walking problems may occur
  15. 15. The eyes respond more slowly to stimuli Increases diuresis (urinating more)</li>

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