Would it be surprising if I say alcohols might be related to each other? While international trade and cooperation helped open up Indian vineyards and breweries which started producing loads of alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer, whiskey, gin and vodka. Here are some illuminating short explanations of the various alcoholic beverages and their diverse methods of production.
- Whiskey: Whiskey is a strong, alcoholic drink that is looked upon as the “big brother” of beer. It is also made by fermenting mashed barley in aged wooden caskets/barrels.
- Brandy: Brandy is known as the “big brother” of wine, because it is produced by subjecting regular wine to distillation and processing.
- Rum: Rum is made from molasses by subjecting it to a very accurate process of distillation.
- Vodka: Vodka is a Russian liquor that is obtained by the fermentation of cereal grains or potatoes.
- Wine: Wine is an alcoholic beverage that is produced by the fermentation of grapes. In India, wine is mainly produced in the vineyards of Maharashtra.
- Beer: Beer is a very popular alcoholic beverage that is produced by the fermentation of barley with yeast. Indian breweries like United Breweries own best-selling brands like Kingfisher and Sandpiper.
Net time you are sitting for drinks, you can relate the whole family.