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Know Your Beer Styles: Old Ale

Beginnings Before the Industrial Revolution, a lack of ways to keep beer cool for a long period of time, may have been the starting point of the creation of “old ale.” Low alcohol, highly attenuated beers did not store well without cooling, but sweet high alcohol beer did. These stored ales … [Read more...]

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Know Your Beer Styles: American Amber Ale

Beginnings It is difficult to make a case for any of the beer styles labeled “American” being something new or wholly unique. The truth is that most of the styles we brew have roots in the great traditions of Europe; England, Germany, and Belgium. In most cases the thing that Americanizes a … [Read more...]

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Know Your Beer Styles: Irish Dry Stout

Beginnings Stouts are an off-shoot of the Porter family tree. The word “stout” was first used in 1677 to refer to a stronger version of the Porter style. The use of “stout” in the context of strength continued on through the 1800’s. Both stout ales and stout porters were known until the … [Read more...]

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How to Evaluate Your Beer

Sometimes, it just feels good to crack open a beer, pour it in a glass, and drink it. Just enjoy it for enjoyment’s sake. Other times, though, it’s important to get the full sensory experience of the beer, which takes a bit more attention and a bit of knowledge on how to get the most out of a … [Read more...]

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Know Your Beer Styles: American IPA

Beginnings The American India pale ale is a youngin’ in the world of beer styles. This simple reimagining is rooted in a style 200 years old, but its own history spans only 30 years. Its beginnings closely coincide with the modern craft beer revolution that started in the late 70’s and build to the … [Read more...]

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