Ranging in color from pale to dark, lagers are a type of beer conditioned at low temperatures. Incredibly popular, approximately 9 out of 10 beers consumed today are lagers.
Called “Wessbier” by Germans, this style of beer is a wheat and yeast mix. Hefeweizens are unfiltered, giving it a cloudy head.
Originating in England over 300 years ago, IPAs were a style of beer exported to British solders in India. Today, IPAs are widely popular among American microbreweries
Porters were originally called “Three Threads” because of the three styles it combined (old ale, new ale, and mild ale). Styles of porters include brown, Baltic, American and more.
Pale Ales are hop forward and have a strong malt sweetness. They are light and tend to have citrus flavors
Meaning “white beer” in Flemish, Witbiers are unfiltered, giving it a cloudy apperance. This style of beer is spiced and tends to have a light body