A Pilsner is a light lager beer, ranging from pale straw to golden colored, with a distinctly hoppy aroma and crisp finish.
Hefe (yeast) Weiss (wheat) beer is an unfiltered beer with a lightly hopped flavor and cloudy appearance. These beers have a fruity, banana aroma with a touch of clove.
Paler, stronger and more bitter than pale ales, India Pale Ale flavors balance between plenty of malt and hops and typically end with a dry, citrus finish.
Lagers are brewed with bottom fermenting yeast that work slowly in cool temperatures, then are often stored in cool temperatures to mature. This process allows for other flavors to pull through for a variety of styles and tastes.
Amber Ales are medium bodied with a full finish. This style has a good balance of malt and hops, and a flavor profile that ranges from nutty to caramel and wheat bread.
Belgian Ales can range in flavor from sweet to toasty, and mild to intense. Some tend toward a fresh fruit-forward aroma, while others present earthy and grainy aromas.
These beers range from creamy to roasty, with caramel and subtle hops. Porters are well balanced with a full mouth feel and creamy finish, while stouts have a light mouth feel and a dry or sweet finish.
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