Meaning Ale

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Old English ealu "ale, beer," from Proto-Germanic *aluth- (source also of Old Saxon alo, Old Norse öl), perhaps from PIE root meaning "bitter" (source also of Latin alumen "a [..]
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Beer
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a general name for beer made with a top fermenting yeast; in some of the United States an ale is (by law) a brew of more than 4% alcohol by volume Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using [..]
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a kind of beer
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Abbreviation for automatic link establishment.
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 alehouse.
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Polish and Czech word for "but."
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a generic term for beers produced by top fermentation (i.e. using ale yeast strains) at temperatures higher than lager fermentation temperatures; wort usually made by infusion mashing.
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An alcoholic beverage brewed from malts. It's usually stronger and more bitter than BEER. The color can vary from light to dark amber. T
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(n) a general name for beer made with a top fermenting yeast; in some of the United States an ale is (by law) a brew of more than 4% alcohol by volume
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alcoholic beverage made from hops and malt, similar to beer, but heavier and stronger than beer.
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Apple Lossless Encoder. See Apple Lossless Audio Codec.
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Warm fermented, top fermented beers.  Quickly fermented resulting in higher sugar content. Usually contains hops which give them varying bitterness.
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a dark, malted beverage
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A beer similar to lager, but with more of a bitter taste.
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Type of beer brewed with hops from malted barley. Most have a sweet, full bodied fruity taste. In modern times, quite a few types of ales have become common: Brown Ale, Pale Ale, Golden Ale, Scotch Al [..]
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A type of beer made with top fermenting yeast.
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Brewed from malt and hops. Usually stronger and slightly more bitter than beer. Color can vary from light to dark amber. 
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a fermented drink; the original term for beer.
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a fermented drink; the original term for beer.
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Beer made with ale yeast (Saccharomyces cerevesia), often with a fruity aroma caused by fermenting at warmer temperatures.
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Beers distinguished by use of top fermenting yeast strains, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The top fermenting yeast perform at warmer temperatures than do yeast's used to brew lager beer, and their by [..]
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Usually refers to malt beverages where the wort is fermented with strains of yeast which tend to rise to the top of the vessel and form a yeast head at the end of fermentation.
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family of beer that ferments at warmer temperatures, also called “warm-fermenting” or “top-fermenting” because of the action of ale yeast
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alehouse
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n. "ale, the beverage" s.v. ale OED. KEY: ale@n
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(dated) A beer made without hops. A beer produced by so-called and not pressurized. A festival in English country places, so called from the liquor drunk.