Craft Beer

Ale: Ales are brewed-fermented beers that are typically made with top-fermenting yeast. They have a fruity or floral aroma and a taste that ranges from sweet to bitter. There are many sub-types of ales, including pale ales, India pale ales (IPAs), stouts, and porters.

Lager: Lagers are bottom-fermented beers that are brewed at lower temperatures than ales. They have a crisper, cleaner taste and are often described as smooth and refreshing. Common sub-types of lagers include pilsners, bocks, and Marzens.

Pilsner: A pale lager beer, characterized by its light color, high carbonation and a distinctive hop flavor.

IPA (India Pale Ale): A style of ale that is characterized by a strong hop flavor and a high alcohol content.

Stout: A dark, full-bodied beer that is characterized by its rich, roasted flavor.

Porter: A dark beer that is similar to a stout but with a slightly sweeter taste.

Wheat beer: A beer that is made with a significant portion of wheat in addition to barley. They have a light color and a fruity, spicy flavor and are usually effervescent.

Sour Beer: Sour beers are fermented using wild yeast, bacteria, or both. They have a tangy, sour flavor which can range from subtle to very strong.

Belgian Beer: Belgian beer is known for its unique yeast strains and variety of styles, from light, fruity, and effervescent to dark, strong, and complex