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…

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Cellar Beer

STYLE DESIGNATIONS The linguistic community has agreed to use "Kellerbier" to refer to bottom-fermented varieties, but not to unfiltered wheat beers or ales. Marketing. For marketing reasons, names of other…

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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…

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