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Refreshing and hoppy, yet with sufficient supporting malt. An American adaptation of English pale ale, reflecting indigenous ingredients (hops, malt, yeast, and water). Often lighter in color, cleaner in fermentation…


http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style14.html#1c Intensely hoppy,very strong pale ale without the big maltiness /or deeper malt flavors of an Am barleywine.Strongly hopped,but clean,lacking harshness, a tribute to historical…


http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style14.html#1c Intensely hoppy,very strong pale ale without the big maltiness /or deeper malt flavors of an Am barleywine.Strongly hopped,but clean,lacking harshness, a tribute to historical…


A well balanced, bitter yet malty, clean, smooth, well-attenuated amber-colored German ale. The traditional style of beer from Dsseldorf. Alt refers to the old style of brewing (i.e., making top-fermented ales) that was…


Robust, strong, malty beer brewed for export to Russia. Burnt currant flavor. Alcoholic and well aged.


Amber lager. Lighter than Marzen/Oktoberfest with a less malty flavor. Vienna malt provides toasted flavor and aroma.


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Mash at 66 C or 151 F. This beer is extremely popular to a wide range of palates and is a robust recipe. For example, the grain and hop bill can easily be reduced by well over 25% and still produce a delcious beer.…


A well balanced, bitter yet malty, clean, smooth, well-attenuated amber-colored German ale. The traditional style of beer from Dsseldorf. Alt refers to the old style of brewing (i.e., making top-fermented ales) that was…


A very clean and relatively bitter beer, balanced by some malt character. Generally darker, sometimes more caramelly, and usually sweeter and less bitter than Dsseldorf Altbier. Most Altbiers produced outside of Dsseldorf…


Nice malty flavor with a pretty good balance. Not a bad Alt at all!


Variation of the American Pale Ale style from the West Coast. Slightly darker in color and more caramel flavor than American Pale.


American invention. An intense, strong and very hoppy IPA. Imperial may also refer to double or extra IPAs. Strong body, hop flavor, and high alcohol content.


An average-strength to moderately strong English ale. The balance may be fairly even between malt and hops to somewhat bitter. Drinkability is a critical component of the style; emphasis is still on the bittering hop…