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Lagers differ from ales in that they use a family of yeasts that ferment and condition at cold temperatures. It is believed that lager yeast strains emerged when caves were used to ferment and store beer in the early fifteenth century.

Light lagers are the most common variety and are light and mild in flavour. Other types include darker, stronger beers like Doppelbocks or even the stout-like Schwarzbier.

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