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What is the difference between Draft and Bottle Beer?

Asked by G. GRAY, Last updated: Oct 14, 2020

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O. Bickis

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O. Bickis, Corporate employee, MBA, Stockton

Answered Oct 14, 2020

Draft beers are the alcoholic beverages that are gotten from the tap into a container to drink. Aside from pouring it from the tap, Draft beers can also be available inside a keg. On the other side of the coin, bottle beers are the common beers that we find inside bottles.

Draft beers and bottle beers basically have their differences in the manner in which they are available to consume. The draft beers are usually available in the factory or brewery. However, bottled beers are packaged in the factory and can be sold to several areas across the world. Draft beers are usually more aromatic and fresh in taste when compared to the bottled beers.

Also, the bottled beers are considered to be cleaned when compared to the draft beers because of the way they are well preserved inside closed bottles. Meanwhile, bottled beers are more penetrated into by sunlight than draft beers.

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Barry Mclean

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Barry Mclean, Sales Manager, MBA, Ewa

Answered Oct 12, 2020

There are many different types of beers that are offered, which can vary by the flavor of the beer. Another aspect of the beer that can impact the flavor is how it is being served. Two ways that a beer can be served is on draft or served through a bottle.

Draft bottles are taken from the tap and poured into a cup. With this type of beer, the beer is drunk from the glass. With bottle beer, the beer is served to the person in the bottle. The person will then drink the beer from the bottle. Another difference between the two is people prefer the bottles because it is cleaner than drinking from the cup.

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O.Olivia

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Answered Feb 24, 2020

Many college kids would attest to the fact that draft beer from a keg tastes better than bottled beer. In a restaurant or bar, if the equipment is appropriately cleaned, draft beer is the way to go. One major drawback is that unless you are out at a party, draft beer can only be consumed on the premises because you cannot carry large kegs around. Bottled beer is more convenient and portable.

It also maintains an impressive shelf life of three months, compared to draft beer, which has no shelf life. Keg beer is not sterilized and is fresher than bottled beer. It is also protected against the sun in kegs. However, bottled beer is often safer to drink because draft beer is subject to contamination when the tap lines are not meticulously preserved.

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