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The chances of consuming beer or malt liquor is quite common at some point of time (if you drink). So, if you have tasted both, you might or might not have felt the difference between the two. In reality, they are quite different from each other but the difference is normally hard to tell.
So let’s get to know the difference between the two. But before getting into the difference let me make one thing clear that Malt Liquor manufactured by the best Malt Extract contract manufacturing, Malted Milk Food Manufacturing, is a type of beer which can have its alcohol content increased without changing the taste of the beer by adding rice, corn, and sugar to malted barley. You can see it by picking up any bottle of malt liquor and you will find that it has about twice as much alcohol by volume as a bottle of beer which is why you get drunk quicker by consuming the same volume of malt liquor as beer.
So when we talk about the major difference between the two, it's mostly the way in which they are made and in the alcohol content. And the other one is the differences between the taste of malt liquor and beer. Beer is known for its hoppy, bitter taste that comes from the hops in its ingredients. Malt liquor, on the other hand, doesn’t possess this same bitter, hoppy flavour– because malt liquor doesn’t contain hops. Malt liquor is usually sweetened or spiced and has a less ‘smooth’ flavour and mouthfeel than beer. The other differences are :
The alcohol content that beer contains is typically less than 5%. The alcohol content of malt liquor is typically 12% or more.
Where on one hand, Beer can be both top or bottom fermented, but malt liquor on the other hand can only be bottom-fermented.
Beer is sold in cans typically ranging from a 12oz can to a 16oz tallboy, up to 24oz. Malt liquor is typically sold in 40oz glass bottles.
There is a considerable difference in taste between the two drinks; malt liquor is not as bitter as beer and usually has been described as having a far spicier taste.
Beer is comparatively more expensive than malt liquor, though both are fairly cost-efficient ways to consume alcohol.
Both have their own place according to the taste and preference of the consumer. To consume the best quality malt liquor - contact the best and renowned Malt Extract contract manufacturing, Malted Milk Food Manufacturing, Malted milk foods Third party manufacturer