British & Irish Beer Styles

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A lower-strength pale English ale with an emphasis on hop bitterness over hop flavour.


A moderately strong, hop-forward pale English ale with a dry finish.


A strong, richly malty and caramelly-sweet Scottish ale with a full body.


A brown, malt-forward, caramel-centric English ale.


A very dark, sweet, full-bodied, slightly roasty English ale with a coffee-and-cream or sweetened espresso flavour.


A very dark, full-bodied, roasty English ale with a complementary oatmeal flavour.


A very dark, lower-strength Irish ale with a pronounced roasted flavour and often a dry, coffee-like finish.


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