Category: Beer Styles

  • Kölsch

    History of Kölsch Starting in the 1840s, Czech’s were brewing the amazingly clear, quality controlled amber, with all the bubbles and Saaz hops that set Bohemian’s, and quickly the world’s, nips a-stiff. German brewers, freaked out by the popularity of the foreign beverage, with its clear look and consistent taste, began to improve their own […]

  • Brown Ale

    BROWN ALE: A warm fermented ale that is generally ruddy amber to mahogany in color, comprising one of at least two distinct styles originating from England and a third begun in the States. This is to say, not a style at all, but a lump term for three altbeir-like brews, each  as different as they […]