It is a broad category made up of blonde to orange colored beers made with hot top-fermenting yeast and date back to around the 17th century.
This is the most commonly enjoyed category of beer, and they can be pale, amber or dark.
This category is incredibly diverse, made in several different countries, and is one of the most popular types of craft beer. It is made by warm fermentation using predominately pale malt.
Certain Belgians are malt-balanced on thes weet side, while others remain malt- balanced but lack sweetness. Many also display fruit and/or spicy yeast character.
A beer brewed with black unmalted barley, which imparts the dark colour and rich flavour characteristics.
It is a beverage made from apples and is stylistically carbonated. You can expect fruit notes with tart acidity and little to no bitterness. Many ciders lean toward the off-dry side, but drier and less sweet brews are becoming more popular.
Beers made by allowing wild yeast strains or bacteria into the brew. Before Pasteurization, almost all beer was sour in some way due to naturally occurring wild yeast strains.
Spawned from the English mild ale, brown ales tend to be maltier and sweeter on the palate, with a fuller body. Color can range from reddish brown to dark brown.
Wheat Ale can be made as a lager or an ale but will always uses a large amount of wheat in the malt profile.
A blend of base beer with characteristics from aging on or in contact with wood.