California Common Beer
California Common beer is a type of beer that is brewed using lager yeast. This yeast is cultured at cool temperatures, which gives the beer a crisp and clean flavour. California Common beer is also brewed using a process called steam brewing, which gives the beer a unique flavour and aroma.
The California Common style of beer was first developed in the early 1800s, and it quickly became popular among brewers in the state. Today, California Common beer is brewed by many different breweries, and it remains a popular choice among beer drinkers.
California Common Details
- Color: 8-15 SRM
- Bitterness: 35-45 IBU
- Alcohol: 4.6-5.7% ABV
- Glass: Nonic Pint
- Temperature: 10-12°C
- Color: Light Amber to Medium Amber
- Clarity: Clear
- Hop: Low to medium-low
- Malt: Noticeable caramel-type malt flavor
California Common Pairings
- Food Pairing: Mexican Food
- Cheese Pairing: Sharp Cheddar or Pepper Jack
- Dessert Pairing: Pecan Pie
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