Beer

Beer is primarily made of 4 ingredients.

Water

Hops

Barley

Yeast

How is Beer Made?

Combine them to make beer. Simple

You Start with

Cheers Beer!

Mash

Boil

Fermentation

Hot water and Barley(or Malts) get mixed together. This turns into wort

Wort is boiled and at this point you add hops

The Boil is cooled off quickly. Add yeast here. Wort is turned into beer.

Lager

Crisp and refreshing with a smooth finish. Most lagers are highly carbonated and a medium hop flavor.

IPA

Stands for Indian Pale Ale. They are moderate to medium bodied with more of a herbal and citrus note. They are also known for their bitter aromas.

Brown Ale

High levels of malts makes them more earthy and less bitter. Flavors range from sweet to malty.

Tripel

 The name "Tripel" actually stems from part of the brewing process, in which brewers use up to three times the amount of malt found in a standard Trappist table beer. 

Barleywine

Its very much a beer not beer wine.  I'ts a strong and often intense beer. In fact, it's one of the strongest styles. Lively and fruity, sometimes sweet, sometimes bittersweet, but always alcoholic

Pale Ale

A Malty and Hoppy ale. English pale ales are more hoppy and spicy.

 American pale ales are fruity.

Pilsner

Light straw to golden in color with a dense head. Flavor is simple. Finish is refreshing and clean.

Sasion

A very complex style of pale ale.

Highly carbonation and spicy. fruity in aroma and flavor with a mild to moderate tartness

Quad

Quadrupels have higher alcohol by volume of 9.1% to 14.2%. The term may refer to an especially strong style of dark ale with a spicy, ripe fruit flavor.

Sour Ale

Intentionally acidic, tart or sour taste. Some would say vinegar but non is added to the brewing process. Sours use a variety of bacteria and wild yeast, which can produce a different mix of flavors each time, ranging from spicy and leathery to fruity and floral

Wheat

Can be cloudy and unfiltered at times. Wheat beers are highly carbonated. Wheat beers are common to have fruity flavor.

Porter

Almost dark black a little fruity drop top fermenting style of brew. Its brewed with a combination of flavors.

Bock

Generally

 stronger yet smoother

than your typical lager, more of a robust malt character with a dark amber to brown 

Stout

Known  at the strong beer", So the history and development of stouts and porters are intertwined, and the term stout has become firmly associated with dark beer, rather than just strong beer. Usually higher ABV.

Farm House Ale

Hot water and Barley(or Malts) get mixed together. This turns into wort

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