Beer Description

What beer should I brew?
What is the difference between porters and stouts?
To help with these and other questions,
we have put together this beer reference list for all type of beers

Beer

Belgium Ale                             
A light ale with a mellow, aromatic hop flavor.
Berliner Lager
A German lager. Black & Tan

Combines the rich, roasted flavor of a dry stout with the clean, hoppy aroma and flavor of an ale.
Brown Ale
A creamy, full-bodied, slightly sweet dark brown ale.
Canadian Ale
A light ale with a lightly hopped flavor; crisp and clean – a real treat!
Canadian Pilsner
S lightly more hop flavor with a smooth finish. Light in color but full in flavor!
Cream Ale
A nice golden color ale with a hoppy nose.
Draught (Coopers)
A full and flavorsome beer displaying a clean, crisp taste with a subtle “bitter” flavor.                   
Dutch Pilsner
A light lager, golden color with a taste of Heineken.
Einbeck Bock
A strong yet smooth malty beer with a deep amber color.
English Special Bitter (ESB)
A creamy, amber ale that’s mild in flavor and aroma. Reminiscent of an ordinary English Bitter!
German Dark
A rich and dark smoothness; comparable to Dunkel.
German Pilsner
A lager, gold in color, with a refreshing hop aroma. A German favorite!
Hefeweizen    
Authentic German wheat beer.
Imperial Stout
A rich, seasonal stout. Warming – perfect for cold winter nights!
Indian Pale Ale
Rich in body with a generous amount of crystal malt and hops.
Irish Red Ale
A traditional blend of honey with light and dry malts gives a subtle Irish flavor to this Killian’s clone.
Irish Stout
A creamy rich, full bodied stout with a taste of Guinness!
Lager     
A golden, crisp beer popular in northern Europe. Light and refreshing.
London Porter
A dark ale that is medium bodied and silky smooth.
Nut Brown Ale
Dark and smooth, a brown ale with a slightly “nutty” character.
Oatmeal Stout
A smooth, sweet stout with just the right amount of flaked oats.
Oktoberfest 
Malty finish and balanced aroma.
Old English Ale
A hopped ale with a beautiful hop bouquet.
Pale Ale
A strong, beautiful bouquet of malt and hops and a luscious hoppy flavor.
Porter  
A hoppy, medium bodied dark ale.
Real Ale
Displays a solid head and a distinctive, full bodied flavor, enhanced by a soft fruity character.
Sam Adams Boston Ale Clone
The revival of American craft brewing!
Scotch Ale
A nice clean malt aroma, mahogany in color, creamy head.
Sierra Nevada Clone
America’s pale ale! Bronzed-red color, malty and smooth.
Weizenbier  
A refreshing, light bodied, lightly hopped. Gold in color, a German favorite!

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