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Made famous by the brewpubs of Cologne in Western Germany, Kolsch is something of a hybrid style combining the crisp dryness of a lager with the fruity aroma of an ale.
Brewed in a Pacific-Northwest style. Its sweet malty taste is balanced with a generous helping of Cascade hops.
This unfiltered Pilsner is characterized by its cloudy appearance due to the presence of yeast.
English brewers upped the malt, hops, and alcohol so the beer could survive the long journey to Russia. This gave rise to Baltic Porter, whose robust flavor is still popular today.
Bengal Gold IPA
The hefty alcohol content and generous hopping rate once needed to keep beer fresh on the long voyage to India gave rise to this style.
It tastes like a glass full of pumpkin pie, and no wonder! Loads of pumpkin, plus spices, give this orange-colored ale it festive flavor!
This traditional British-style ale is the IPA's easy-drinking little brother. Ahtanum hops give it a soft, citrusy flavor.