Beer styles

Each issue of Beer Star News will introduce a beer style.

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Pale Ale

Beer used to be dark stuff in eighteenth-century England. After all, they rarely succeeded in producing light malt. When, perchance, the beer coming out of the keg was lighter, the ale was called – pale. Burton-upon-Trent, 1790: George Hodgson made

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Dunkler Bock

A style from medieval times „Der beste Trank, den einer kennt, wird Ainpöckisch Bier genennt”. This word is attributed to Martin Luther. in 1525, the city of Wittenberg gave him several barrels of Einbeck strong beer for his wedding with

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Dubbel

A style from the world beer heritage country. Since 2016, Belgian beer culture was added to UNESCO’s list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity. This happened in recognition of the historical methods used in the country, such as spontaneous fermentation,

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