Beer Styles

Vienna-Style Lager

Vienna-Style Lager Beer Vienna-Style Lager is a beer brewed using Vienna Malt, a type of malt that imparts a reddish hue to the finished beer. Vienna Lagers are typically light-bodied and have a slight bitterness. They are often described as “malty” or “toasty” in flavor. …

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Specialty Beer

Specialty Beer Specialty Beer is crafted to feature unique aromas and flavours that distinguish it from mass-produced beer. When brewed correctly, specialty beer can be an incredibly complex and rewarding experience for the senses. The best specialty beers are often highly aromatic, with distinctive notes …

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Smoke Porter

Smoke Porter Beer Smoke Porter is a dark beer with a smoky flavour. The smoky flavour comes from the use of smoked malt in the brewing process, made by drying malt over an open fire. Smoke Porter is a full-bodied beer with a strong malt …

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Smoke Beer

Smoke Beer Smoke Beer is a type of beer that has been infused with the smoke from a wood fire. The Smoke beer style originated in Bamberg, Germany, where beechwood was used to smoke the malt. The use of different types of wood can give …

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Session Beer

Session Beer Session Beer is a term used to describe a beer that has a lower alcohol content. Session beers are typically light in both body and flavour, with a moderate level of carbonation. This combination makes them refreshing and easy to drink, without being …

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Scottish-Style Ale

Scottish-Style Ale Beer Scottish-Style Ales are brewed in the Scottish tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages. Scottish-Style Ale is typically on the darker side but can range from golden to dark chestnut in colour with a malt-forward flavour. The maltiness of Scottish-Style Ale …

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Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy

Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy Beer There are many different types of Scotch Ale (AKA Wee Heavy), but they all share some key characteristics. For one, Scotch Ales are generally dark in colour, often with a ruby or mahogany hue. They also tend to be very malt-forward, …

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Rye Beer

Rye Beer Rye Beer is a type of beer that is brewed using rye malt which is made by malting Rye grain. It imparts a spicy flavour to the beer and is typically amber or brown in colour. The addition of Rye malt also increases …

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Robust Porter

Robust Porter Beer A Robust Porter is a type of dark beer that gets its name from its original purpose: to deliver (or “porter”) heavy loads during London’s 18th century. Robust Porters are known for their dark colour and full body, which is achieved by …

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Pumpkin Beer

Pumpkin Beer Pumpkin Beer is a seasonal beer brewed with pumpkin, spices, and often other natural flavours. Pumpkin beers are available from many different breweries and range in colour, style, alcohol content, and pumpkin flavour. Pumpkin beer is typically released in the fall, around the …

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New England IPA

New England IPA Beer New England IPA, also known as NEIPA or New England-Style IPA, is a hazy, hoppy style of beer that has become increasingly popular in recent years. While traditional IPAs are characterized by clear, bright flavours and a dry finish, New England …

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Irish-Style Red Beer

Irish-Style Red Beer Irish-Style Red Beer is a type of Irish Ale that is characterized by its deep red colour. The colour is achieved by using roasted malt, which gives the beer its distinctive flavour. Irish-Style Red Beer is often categorized as a gateway beer …

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