India Pale Ales (IPA)
India Pale Ales (IPA)

India Pale Ales (IPAs), which encompass numerous styles of beer, get their characteristics largely from hops and herbal, citrus or fruity flavors. Some IPAs can taste like pure citrus, while others are strong and bitter.

Stouts
Stouts

Originally, the adjective stout meant "proud" or "brave", but later, after the 14th century, it took on the connotation of "strong". Stout is a dark, top-fermented beer with a number of variations, including dry stout, oatmeal stout, milk stout, and imperial stout.

Wheat beers
Wheat beers

Wheat beer has a very long history, dating back to Germany in the Middle Ages — and some argue, to the first century AD. It’s a style that’s found throughout Europe, and called “white beer” — or weissbier in its native country of Germany, wit beer in Belgium and bière blanche in France.

Pilsners
Lager & Pilsners

Pilsner (also pilsener or simply pils) is a type of pale lager. It takes its name from the Bohemian city of Pilsen (Plzeň), where it was first produced in 1842 by Bavarian brewer Josef Groll. Hops will more likely favor European styles, with a higher level of spice and bitterness playing around with some citrus and even some sweet malt flavors.

Craft beers
Craft beers

A craft brewery or microbrewery is a brewery that produces small amounts of beer, typically less than large breweries, and is often independently owned. Such breweries are generally perceived and marketed as having an emphasis on enthusiasm, new flavours, and varied brewing techniques.