Czech & German Beer Styles

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A low strength, straw-coloured, wheat-based German mixed fermentation beer with a clean lactic sourness.

A straw-coloured, wheat-based German mixed fermentation beer with restrained, but noticeable, sourness, coriander and sea salt.

A gold-coloured, wheat-based German ale with a distinctive banana-and-clove yeast flavour.

A light gold, hop-forward and bitter German lager with a dry, crisp finish.

A light gold German lager with grainy-sweet malt flavour and a soft, dry finish.

A gold-coloured Czech lager with complex, yet well-balanced, malt and hop flavours.

A light gold German ale with very subtle and delicately-balanced malt, yeast and hop flavours.

A strong, malt-forward, gold-coloured German lager.  

A malt-forward German amber lager with rich, toasty and bready malt flavour, restrained bitterness, and a dry finish.

A very strong, rich, and malt-forward German lager that can have both pale and dark versions.

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