Style Studies

Porter and Stout from Bertus Brewery
The problem is that today we have a scene where there appears to be a difference between the two drinks, but nobody can agree what  that difference...
Kriek Lambic
I believe it was the musician and obvious Belgian beer lover, George Clinton, who aptly penned the words, “Ow, we want the funk. Give up the funk. Ow...
Schneider Aventinus Weizen Eisbock
The marketing angle for these beers centers on a process by which the beer is cooled to sub-freezing temperatures after fermentation in order to...
Starr Hill Snow Blind Doppelbock
The modern doppelbock style, derived from the earlier bockbiers of Bavaria and made famous by the brewing monks of St. Francis of Paula in Berlin...
Founder's Curmudgeon Old Ale
Some are called winter warmers, stock ale or “keeping” ale. Some like to think they are really barleywines. Whichever aliases old ale takes on, one...
Hops, IPA Beer
Because of its popularity, most craft drinkers know – or think they know – how IPA began. To quote one version of the popular history of the style: "...
Rare old beer cans.
More than a few hardcore beer geeks would argue, in fact, that these wildly popular and notoriously insipid lager beers offer a drinking experience...
Berliner Weisse Old Advertisement
This unusual beer, particularly by German standards, is a decidedly tart, low alcohol wheat style enjoyed year-round but particularly popular in the...
Genesee Cream Ale, Dundee Brewing
Long before the appearance of the widely-accepted standard for the style - Genesee Cream Ale - nearly fifty years ago, this hybrid-style beer was...

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