Beer Styles

Irish-Style Dry Stout

Irish-Style Dry Stout Beer Irish-Style Dry Stout is a type of dark beer that originated in, you guessed it, Ireland! It is characterized by its dark colour and rich flavour made by using roasted malt. The malt is also responsible for the beer’s creamy head. …

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Honey Beer

Honey Beer Honey Beer is a type of beer that is brewed using honey instead of sugar. It has a distinctive flavour that is both sweet and tart and is also lower in calories than traditional beer, making it a healthier alternative. Honey beer is …

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Herb and Spice Beer

Herb and Spice Beer Herb and Spice Beers have become increasingly popular in recent years, as craft breweries experiment with new flavour combinations. These brews often feature botanical ingredients like lavender, rosemary, mint, or any other flower, root, or seed which can add a refreshing …

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Gluten-Free Craft Beer

Gluten-Free Craft Beer Gluten-free craft beer is made without wheat, barley, or rye. This means that the final product is free of gluten-containing proteins. While some people may choose to avoid gluten for health reasons, others simply prefer the taste of gluten-free beer. Regardless of …

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German-Style Weizenbock

German-Style Weizenbock Beer German-Style Weizenbock is a type of German wheat beer that is dark in color and has a strong flavor. This beer is made with a higher percentage of wheat than other German wheat beers, and it is also brewed with a higher …

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German-Style Schwarzbier

German-Style Schwarzbier Beer German-Style Schwarzbier Beer is a type of German beer that is characterized by its dark color. The name “Schwarzbier” literally means “black beer” in German. This style of beer was first brewed in the city of Leipzig, Germany in the early 1800s. …

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German-Style Pilsner

German-Style Pilsner Beer German-style Pilsner is a type of beer that originated in Germany in the early 19th century. German-style Pilsner is characterized by its light colour, crisp flavour, and high carbonation level. German-style Pilsner beer is typically made with pale malt and German hops, …

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German-Style Maibock

German-Style Maibock Beer German-style Maibock beer is a type of beer that is brewed in the German tradition. Also known as “heller bock” (meaning “pale bock”), Maibock is a strong, golden-coloured beer that is typically enjoyed during the springtime. Maibock beers are known for their …

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German-Style Kolsch

German-Style Kolsch Beer German-Style Kolsch beers are often described as a hybrid between an ale and a lager. They are brewed with ale yeast but are then cold-fermented like a lager. As a result, German-Style Kolsch beers tend to be very clean and crisp, with …

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German-Style Helles

German-Style Helles Beer German-Style Helles is a refreshing, straw-coloured lager that originates from Munich, Germany. It is characterized by its smooth, malty flavour and crisp finish. German brewers have been perfecting the art of brewing Helles beer for centuries, making it one of the most …

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