Also known as the “Champagne of the North”, Berliner Weisse is a very pale, refreshing, low-alcohol German wheat beer with a clean lactic sourness, very high carbonation, and a light bread dough malt flavor to support the sourness.
A fruity, deeply malty ale that remains light-bodied with a dry finish. First brewed by Trappist monks and then by commercial breweries due to popularity.
More malt flavor and a bit more fruitiness than American Lager. Very similar to Kolsch, but often with a corny adjunct character. Clean, well-attenuated, flavorful and easy drinking American “lawnmower” beer.
A very malty, high-strength beer featuring rich bready, toasted, and caramel characters delicately balanced with pleasant alcohols. Aromatic and warming…a winter time sipper.
A relatively sweet dark ale commonly brewed with lactose. Combined with the lightly roasted character, this beer has a pleasant “coffee with cream” profile.
American Stouts are roasty, full-bodied, dark beers with moderate to fairly high bitterness and hop character.