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A well-attenuated malty amber lager with an interesting caramel or toast quality and restrained bitterness. Usually fairly well-attenuated, often with an adjunct quality. Smooth, easily-drinkable lager character. History:…


Pale straw to gold in colour. . Clarity can range from clear to hazy, and this will depend on the suspended yeast content in the bottle. Good long lasting head BODY Low - medium to medium. Resulting from use of some sugar.


A decidedly hoppy and bitter, moderately strong American pale ale. An American version of the historical English style, brewed using American ingredients and attitude.


Stronger, darker version of porter with a slight dryness. Flavor derived from chocolate and black malts, but lacks the strong roasted flavor of a dry stout. Roasty aroma.


A smooth tasting pale ale -- full in body and a great long lasting head. Another great beer to stock -- favorite with guests. Make's a great black and tan when combined with light bodied Irish stout.


very nice, smooth easy drinking


A deep reddish, moderately strong, malty, complex Belgian ale. Originated at monasteries in the Middle Ages, and was revived in the mid-1800s after the Napoleonic era. Most commercial examples are in the 6.5 7% ABV range.…


Low gravity, low alcohol levels and low carbonation make this an easy-drinking beer. Some examples can be more malt balanced, but this should not override the overall bitter impression. Drinkability is a critical component…


Mash at 66 C or 151 F. This is Dr Smurto's favourite version. This beer is one of the most widely home-brewed beers in Australia, extremely popular to a wide range of palates and a robust recipe meaning that it can be varied…


One of my favorite stock beers - I always keep a keg on hand. Rich flavored dry Irish Stout that is very simple to make. Perfect every time!


Liquid gold. This is a beer with a wonderful malt profile and the superb taste and bite of Goldings hops. The yeast used adds a complexity of fruity flavours right to the last drop. Pick a water style similar to an English…


Mash at 64 C or 147 F. A very malty example of an English Pale Ale - almost chewy. This recipe is aimed at keeping fermenters at an ambient 16 C or 61 F. However this yeast can be fermented at lower ambients (12 C or 54 F)…


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…


A moderately dark German wheat beer with a distinctive banana-and-clove yeast character, supported by a toasted bread or caramel malt flavor. Highly carbonated and refreshing, with a creamy, fluffy texture and light finish…


A very dark, sweet, full-bodied, slightly roasty ale. Often tastes like sweetened espresso. An English style of stout. Historically known as Milk or Cream stouts, legally this designation is no longer permitted in England…