With 100+ styles, there really is a beer out there for everyone.
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From beer’s 4 main ingredients, brewers can create over 100 different styles. But what actually is a style and how are they defined? Start here to find out.
Styles include: Best Bitter, English IPA, Wee Heavy, British Brown Ale, Sweet Stout, Oatmeal Stout, and Irish Stout.
Styles include: Berliner Weisse, Gose, German Weissbier, German Pils, Munich Helles, Czech Premium Pale Lager, Kölsch, Märzen, Helles Bock, and Doppelbock.
Styles include: Belgian Witbier, Gueuze, Belgian Blond Ale, Saison, Belgian Golden Strong Ale, Belgian Tripel, Belgian Dubbel, Fruit Lambic, and Flanders Red
Styles include: American Light Lager, American Wheat Beer, American Blonde Ale, American Pale Ale, American IPA, Double IPA, New England IPA, American Amber Ale, American Barleywine, American Brown Ale, American Porter, American Stout, and Imperial Stout
Styles include: International Pale Lager