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Bock (German for Goat) Stronger than average lagers, that are typically amber to dark in color. Traditionally brewed in Germany and signal the end of winter.
Negra Modello (Mexico)
Paulaner Salvator (Germany) Shiner Bock (USA)
Pale & Amber Ales
Top Fermented at higher temperatures. Most ale styles originate with brewing traditions of England, Ireland & Scotland.
Duvel Golden Ale (Belgium) Bass Ale (England)
St Peters Ale (England) Smithwick (Ireland)
Sierra Nevada (USA) Upland Pale Ale (Indiana)
Worthington's Red Shield (England)
Bells Amber (Michigan)
Henry's Redwood Flats Amber (USA)
New Belgium Fat Tire 22oz (Colorado)
Bitters & IPA's Get their name and unique style from British brewers who were making beer for export to India. The hops were used to preserve the beer for the long sea voyage. Not surprisingly, India Pale Ales are usually very hoppy.
Bells two Hearted IPA (USA) Bells Two Hearted (Michigan)
New Belgium Ranger (Colorado)
Peoples Moundbuilder IPA (Lafayette IN)
Sierra Nevada Torpedo (Washington)
Upland Dragonfly IPA (USA)
New Holland Mad Hatter (Michigan)
Victory Hop Wallop IPA (USA)
Brown Ales Often these beers have an initial malty sweetness followed by a moderate caramel flavor. England is the origional home of Brown Ale, though Americans have embraced them and created more robust versions.
New Castle (England) Anchor Berkle Brown (USA)
Rogue Hazelnut Brown (USA) Peoples Mr Brown (Lafayette IN)
Stouts Brewed with roasted barley malt, which gives them their characteristic dark black color, as well as their roasted flavor.
Guinness (Ireland) Guinness Extra Stout (Ireland)
Sheaf Stout (Australia)
Samuel Smith Imperial Stout (England)
Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout (England)
Youngs Double Chocolate Stout (Englannd)
New Holland Poet (Michigan)
Porters Light brown to dark in color, often with ruby highlights when held up to light. Malt flavor includes a mild to moderatre rostiness, often with notes of caramel, toffee, or coffee.
St. Peter's Porter (England) Leinenkugel Vanilla Porter (USA)
Samuel Smith Taddy Porter (England)
Upland Bad Elmers Porter (Indiana)
Flat 12 Pogue Run Porter (Indiana)
Pilsners Golden to light amber in color, malty with a noticeable caramel accent, medium to high hop bitterness, except the light varities. Medium hop flavor and aroma, medium to full body, and distinct crispness.
Becks (Germany) Miller High Life (USA)
Miller Lite (USA) Pils Urquell (Check Rep.)
Miller High Life (USA) Peoples Pilsner (Lafayette IN)
Scottish Ale Caramel in color and often have a high sugar content, lending them a sweet taste. Usually very well balanced.
Three Floyds Robert the Bruce (Indiana)
Wheat & White Ales Wheat Ales are golden to light amber in color. Some hop flavor may be present, but bitterness is low. White or Wit ales have a plesant sweetness and zesty orange-citrus, fruity flavor.
Bells Oberon (Seasonal when available) (Michigan)
Upland Wheat (Indiana)
Blue Moon Belgium Ale (Colorado)
Hacker Pschorr Weiss (Germany)
Goose Island 312 Wheat (USA)
Franziskaner Hefe Wess (Germany)
Lagers Bottom fermented at cooler temperatures. This style of brewing was developed in the cold, mountainous areas of Germany.
Amstel Light (Holland) Sapporo (Japan)
Bud Light (USA) Bud Light Lime (USA)
Budweiser (USA) Coors Light (USA)
Corona (Mexico) Corona Light (Mexico)
Fosters "Oil Can" (Australia) Harp (Ireland)
Heineken (Holland) Pabst Blue Ribbon(USA)
Michelob Ultra (USA)
Red Stripe (Jamaica) Rolling Rock (USA)
Sam Adams (USA) Sapporo (Japan)
Modello Especial (Mexico) Stella Artois (Belgium)
Bells Amber (Michigan)
Specialty & Sours
This covers a wide range of styles including Pumpkin, Holiday, Vegetable, & Fruit beers. Many of the spices or ingredients other than the typical barley, hops and yeast to give them unusual flavor. Sours are very popular in Europe and gaining popularity in the US.
La Fin Du Monde (Canada) Chimay Trappist Ale (Belgium)
Rivertown Blueberry Ale (Ohio)
Woodchuck Cider (USA) Smirnoff Ice (USA)
Angry Orchard Apple Ginger (USA)
Crispen Natural Hard Cider (USA) (Organic & Gluten Free)
Bells Oarsmen (Michigan)
Leinekukel Lemon Berry Shandy (Wisconson)
Lindeman's Framboise (Belgium)
Monk's Cafe (Belgium)
Pyramid Apricot Ale (USA)