Ice-beer



noun
1.
beer brewed at subfreezing temperatures.
noun
1.
a beer that is chilled after brewing so that any water is turned to ice and then removed
noun

a type of beer that is deeply frozen during brewing and the ice removed, increasing the alcohol content
Examples

Since alcohol has a lower freezing point and doesn’t form crystals, when the ice is filtered off the alcohol concentration increases in ice beer.

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