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18th Century Brewery Remains Found College of William and Mary(August 31) - College students have always had a taste for beer, and archaeologists have uncovered new evidence at the College of William and Mary to prove it. The remains of what is likely an 18th century on-campus brewery were discovered just outside of the nation's oldest college building when campus officials were looking to widen a sidewalk. Complete Story
          

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One job in beer supports 45 in other industries(August 31) - The study, jointly commissioned by the institute and National Beer Wholesalers Association, found that a brewery job helps support others in the agriculture, business, construction, finance insurance and real estate, manufacturing, retail, transportation and communication, travel and entertainment and wholesale sectors. Complete Story
 
Meet the brewers: Khris Johnson of Green Bench Brewing(August 31) - Ya gotta admit it: The Green Bench brewery in St. Pete’s EDGE District is impressive. Modern construction, roomy patio, plenty of green space for kids to play or food trucks to park. But would it matter if the beer weren’t great? In the months since opening, head brewer Khris Johnson’s offerings have only gotten more refined and adventurous. And he’s got more in store for Tampa Bay beer lovers. Complete Story
 
Pumpkin beer season starts early(August 31) - The great pumpkin beer invasion has begun — already. Labor Day looms and pumpkin beers have overrun your supermarket and favorite beer boutiques. Fans of Oktoberfest brews will have to scour through a patch of pumpkin beers to find those other seasonal favorites. Complete Story

Smaller is Better: Favorite Craft Breweries in the U.S.(August 30) - As a result of prohibition in 1919, many U.S. breweries had to close their doors to avoid prosecution. Years later, when folks realized that banning alcohol perhaps didn’t result in less criminal activity and deaths, breweries generally merged with others for larger-scaled production. So prohibition failed to work – it also robbed U.S. citizens of great, tasteful craft beers for many years to come. Complete Story

William 'Wacky' Morse, co-owner of Dark Horse Brewing Co., dies at 68(August 30) - William 'Wacky' Morse, co-owner of Dark Horse Brewing Co. with his son Aaron Morse, died on Wednesday, Aug. 27, according to his obituary on the Craig K. Kempf Funeral Home website. Morse, 68, was recently featured on The History Channel's reality T.V. Show on the day-to-day operations of the Marshall brewery, "Dark Horse Nation". Complete Story

Bell's Upper Hand Brewery to start production in U.P.(August 29) - The new Upper Hand Brewery, recently constructed in Escanaba, is on track to start making beer next month, according to the president of Bell's Brewery Inc. "We have staff to get started. We're finally there and everybody's excited," said Bell's President Larry Bell in a telephone interview. Complete Story

Rahr & Sons and Lakewood Brewing Collaborate on Specialty ‘DFW’ Beer(August 29) - Forth Worth’s Rahr & Sons Brewing Company and Garland’s Lakewood Brewing Company have combined efforts to make a limited-edition beer called DFW: A Collaboration of Two Breweries. DFW has an ABV of 6.4% and will debut during North Texas Beer Week (October 31 – November 9). It will be available on draft locally and will be sold at local retailers in 22 oz. bottles beginning the week of October 27. Complete Story
 
THE 14 WEIRDEST BREWERY LOCATIONS IN AMERICA(August 29) - My girlfriend groans any time we're traveling and I ask to stop at a local brewery. She knows that usually means a trip to the nearest industrial park or warehouse district. Yes, breweries need a lot of cheap space, and cheap space is usually not in the prettiest part of town. But not every beer in America is being brewed in faceless buildings on the other side of the tracks. Complete Story
 
Stay-at-home dads to open brewery in West Chester(August 28) - Two stay-at-home fathers are hoping to tap into the popularity of craft beers this fall by opening DogBerry Brewing at 7865 Cincinnati-Dayton Road. Tony Meyer, 39, and co-owner Chris Frede, 36, two former research scientists, will offer 10 craft beers on tap, five of which will be year-round brews: a rye pale ale, India Pale Ale, Kolsch, brown ale and blonde ale. The other five beers on tap will be seasonal brews. Complete Story
 
Austin Beerworks Brewery Unveils 99-Pack of Beer(August 28) - Austin Beerworks has partnered with Helms Workshop to launch “the world’s first and only 99-pack” of its Peacemaker Anytime Ale. Moving it will take a few friends because the 99-pack is over 7 ft long (2.13 m) and weighs 82 pounds (37 kg), according to the brewery. Inside the box are three rows of 33 cans of the pale ale, which, if you drank them all, would amount to over 15,000 calories. Complete Story
 
Brewery Incubator Closes Because of Strip Twister(August 26) - Houston’s Brewery Incubator, a collective that helps new brewers test the waters of going commercial, and the home to The League of Extraordinary Brewers, is shutting down. The Incubator is being evicted from their lease because of a “public nudity” incident, when a complaint was issued to the landlord after a game of Strip Twister was held at the League Brewpub, the storefront of the Brewery Incubator. Complete Story
 
Pumpkin beers aplenty already this season(August 26) - The great pumpkin invasion has begun — already. Yes, it's not even Labor Day and pumpkin beers have overrun my favorite beer boutiques. Oktoberfest fans will have to hunt through a patch of pumpkin beers to find those seasonal favorites. Complete Story
 
Old Firehouse Brewery in Williamsburg, Ohio sets opening date(August 26) -Old Firehouse Brewery, taking shape in a 1955 firehouse in the Clermont County village of Williamsburg, plans to open on Sept. 12. Adam Cowan and his wife, Lori Ward, were inspired by visits to breweries on their many trips to noted brewing center Asheville, N.C. Cowan particularly liked the atmosphere he found there. Complete Story
 
Local Farmers Collaborate at Three Notch’d Brewery(August 26) - Hops farmers around Central Virginia will soon have their crops featured in a new beer at Three Notch’d Brewing Co. On Monday morning 10 farmers met with the brew master at Three Notch'd to discuss the types of hops they grow. They also mixed 200 lbs of hops together to create a new beer called 10 Farmer’s Pale Ale. Complete Story
 
The 500-mile beer run to Vermont(August 24) - Steve Bimson and his son, along with a friend, left Pennsylvania at 3:30 on a recent Friday morning for Hill Farmstead Brewery in Greensboro. They waited in line about two hours to buy beer, loaded their van with cases and growlers, and drove east to the White Mountains for a four-day hike. Complete Story

Montana Brewery Tours offer education, a side of beer(August 24) - Dylan Shultz launched Montana Brewery Tours in May and offers tours of Missoula-area breweries and breweries in the Bitterroot Valley. The tours "cater to both craft beer enthusiasts and novice beer drinkers, with hopes to give everyone a better understanding of beer and how to truly appreciate the art of craft beer in Montana," Shultz said. Complete Story
 
Brewery looks to crowdfunding for startup costs(August 23) - A would-be Dayton microbrewery and cidery is looking to crowdsource its startup funds. Crafted Pints Brewing Company & Cidery launched a Kickstarter campaign Friday with the goal of raising $30,000 to purchase brewing equipment and build out a taproom. Complete Story

Old Firehouse Brewery in Williamsburg, Ohio sets opening date(August 23) - Old Firehouse Brewery, taking shape in a 1955 firehouse in the Clermont County village of Williamsburg, plans to open on September 12. Adam Cowan and his wife, Lori Ward, were inspired by visits to breweries on their many trips to noted brewing center Asheville, N.C. Cowan particularly liked the atmosphere he found there. Complete Story
 
North Carolina breweries working together to make a state beer(August 21) - It took official acts and legislative debate to get North Carolina a state dog (Plott hound), state flower (dogwood) and state tree (longleaf pine). It will take more than 20 breweries to get a state beer. Margo Knight Metzger, the director of the N.C. Craft Brewers Guild, announced the effort to make a “statewide collaboration beer” Wednesday at a beer industry event at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery’s new facility in Charlotte. Complete Story
 
        
Rogue Announces Jack Joyce Scholarship Award(August 21) -Columbia Distributing, in partnership with Rogue Ales and Spirits, is pleased to announce the first annual Jack Joyce Scholarship Award, commencing fall of 2014. This $10,000 annual scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the Fermentation Sciences Program in the department of Food Science and Technology at Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR. The award was created in honor of visionary Jack Joyce, for his legacy in the Oregon community and his career founding Rogue Brewery in 1988. Complete Story
 
Jeff Gordon has thirst for fun at Dogfish Head Brewery(August 21) - After a personal tour of one of the top craft breweries in the business, Gordon was willing to make 24 stand for more than the number on his car — he could use a case of the good stuff to lug back to North Carolina. "I think I have a new appreciation for a good beer," Gordon said, laughing. Complete Story(August 21) - After a personal tour of one of the top craft breweries in the business, Gordon was willing to make 24 stand for more than the number on his car — he could use a case of the good stuff to lug back to North Carolina. "I think I have a new appreciation for a good beer," Gordon said, laughing. Complete Story
 

$1.9 Million and Counting: How Stone Brewed Up the Largest Brewery Crowdfunding Campaign Ever(August 20) - Last month, when Stone unveiled plans to construct its new $25 million brewery in Berlin, it wasn’t all that surprising that Koch would kick off the ceremonial announcement by getting behind the controls of a forklift and dropping a giant boulder on a pile of “industrial” beers from around the world. But that wasn’t the stunt that earned Stone the attention. Instead, it was the company’s simultaneous launch of a crowdfunding campaign that had craft beer drinkers and fellow industry professionals buzzing. Complete Story


Oskar Blues Launches Old Chub Nitro Cans(August 20) - Oskar Blues Brewery (CO/NC) is upping their nitro game with the addition of Oskar Blues Old Chub Nitro Cans. Old Chub has been available on Nitro taps prior to this release. Nitro cans are a first for the craft beer in a can pioneer. Cans officially launch this week in Denver at the Craft Brewer’s Conference. National distribution announcement to follow. Complete Story

Sun King to add second $8.8 million brewery in Fishers, Indiana(August 18) - Sun King will expand again in central Indiana, this time bringing its operation to Fishers. The move is expected to create up to 55 new jobs by 2019. Indiana’s second-largest craft brewery will invest $8.8 million to build and equip a 40,000-square-foot facility at the corner of Kincaid Drive and Park Central Drive in Fishers. The building will house Sun King’s second brewery and include a tasting room. Complete Story
 
Lucette Brewing to expand Menomonie brewery in Wisconsin(August 18) - Lucette Brewing Co., which has been selling its beer in Madison since last fall, is expanding its brewery in Menomonie. The project will add a 57,000-pound grain silo and new fermenting tanks, increasing brewing capacity while also connecting two existing buildings to improve efficiency and "enhance the brewery experience for visitors," the company said in a press release Monday. Complete Story

Abita launches new phase of brewery expansion(August 18) - Abita Brewing is beginning the expansion of its visitor center and office spaces, the last phase of a $15 million renovation of the property in Abita Springs that began earlier this year. Besides increasing its beer-brewing capacity, New Orleans CityBusiness reported the expansion will allow Abita to expand its brewery tours, which the company uses as its primary marketing tool. Complete Story
 
Snowbank Brewing becomes Fort Collins' 16th brewery(August 17) - When Snowbank Brewing opens Friday, it will be the 16th brewery in Fort Collins, adding to an established scene on the northeast side that includes the likes of Fort Collins Brewery, Odell and New Belgium. "We're right here with all the other big guys," said Snowbank owner and brewer Dave Rosso. "We have some amazing company." Complete Story

Columbus officially a finalist for $31 million Stone brewery(August 17) - Well, it’s official: Columbus is one of three cities left in the hunt for Stone Brewing Co.’s $31 million East Coast brewery. Stone announced the finalists — including two Virginia cities, Richmond and Norfolk — on its Facebook page yesterday. Stone declined to say whether any of the three were leading or when the winner will be chosen. Complete Story
 
After 19 years, owners put Morgan Street Brewery on the market(August 17) - The owners of Morgan Street Brewery, one of St. Louis’ oldest craft brewers, are putting the business up for sale, offering those with a thirst to brew a rare chance to buy an established brand in the fast-growing craft beer industry. When Steve Owings and Dennis Harper founded Morgan Street Brewery on Laclede’s Landing nearly two decades ago, there were just three other brewers operating locally. Complete Story
 
Oskar Blues Founder, Dale Katechis Wins E-Chievement Award(August 14) - Dale Katechis, well-known as the passionate and hard-charging owner of Oskar Blues Brewery, REEB Cycles, and the man who started the craft beer-in-a-can revolution, was recently recognized for an achievement that had nothing to do with craft beer-for his philanthropic contributions. In the days following the 500-year flood that nearly wiped out Oskar Blues’ hometowns of Lyons and Longmont, CO, Katechis created the Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid Foundation as a way to raise and distribute funds to flood-affected individuals and businesses. Complete Story
 
        
Terrapin Beer Company Releases Imperial Pumpkin Pie Porter(August 14) -A new Reserve Series brew worthy of a toast to the Great Pumpkin himself is due for harvest from the tanks of Terrapin Beer Company. The Imperial Pumpkin Pie Porter will be the third Reserve Series beer to be released since the line's introduction in late fall 2013 with White Chocolate Moo-Hoo and Cinnamon Roll'd Wake-n-Bake. Like the first two beers, the Imperial Pumpkin Pie Porter will feature a unique label and wax sealing on the bottle neck. Complete Story
 

Smith & Lentz Brewing opening in Nashville, TN(August 14) - Smith & Lentz Brewing Co. is preparing for a late 2014 opening at 537 5th Ave. S. The small-batch brewery is opening next door to Czann’s Brewing Co., another local craft brewery that opened shop in June. The opening will put five craft breweries within walking distance of each other downtown (with the others being Tennessee Brew Works, Yazoo Brewing Co., and Jackalope Brewing Co.). Complete Story
 
Big Ditch begins Brewing Beer In Buffalo(August 14) - Tuesday marked a milestone for the Queen City's newest entrant into the craft beer market. Big Ditch Brewing produced its first batch of beer, marking the realization of a dream come true for three local men. It's a fantastic feeling to see our dream come to fruition, said company President Matt Kahn. Complete Story
 
Craft beer in cans just keep crushing it(August 13) - Longmont-based Oskar Blues is widely credited with starting the craft can revolution in 2002 when it began selling its flagship Dale's Pale Ale, named for brewery founder Katechis, in 12-ounce cans. The pros of cans are oft-cited: They are easier to lug around (attractive in outdoorsy Colorado), protect beer from light damage and reduce shipping costs because aluminum weighs less than glass. Complete Story

Best Arizona destination brewery: Mother Road, Flagstaff(August 13) - Beer lovers in the Valley have never had it better, with an abundance of breweries and craft-beer bars to choose from. But there are great breweries across the state, and Mother Road Brewing Co. in Flagstaff has been chosen by FlipKey as the top brewery in Arizona worth traveling for. Complete Story

Craft Brewers Tweak N.C. Water To Match Western Mountain Flavor(August 13) - Craft beer sales have been growing by double digits, even as overall beer sales have flattened. And several independent craft beer makers — all based in the Western U.S. — are expanding production to the East. But to keep the flavor true, they have to tinker with beer's main ingredient: water. Complete Story
 
‘American Brewed’ highlights New England microbrews(August 13) - Atop a metal staircase in a back corner of Mayflower Brewing Co., two men stand at the mouth of a massive silver cylinder of boiling water. One hoists a large canvas sack full of hops into both hands while the other positions himself, and his video camera, to document the pour. While the small grains descend into the tank, videographer Shane Uriot shouts questions at the brewer, asking how the hops’ flavor factors into the taste of the brewery’s pale ale. Uriot holds his camera steady at the kettle’s opening until the brewer fastens the lid shut. No one yells “cut,” but Uriot looks at the footage and smiles ear to ear. Complete Story

Olde Mecklenburg Brewery to host grand opening Friday(August 12) - Olde Mecklenburg Brewery founder John Marrino sees lots of potential in Charlotte’s craft beer market. So much so, he has just invested more than $8 million in Olde Mecklenburg Brewery’s future, including its new home at 4150 Yancey Road and upgraded brewing equipment. Complete Story

5 craft beers that won't destroy your waistline(August 12) - ou don't always have to chose between six packs and a six pack. While most craft beers are higher in calories than your run-of-the-mill light beer from the big beer companies, there are some options that are lighter on calories, but not on flavor. Here are five craft beers with fewer than 160 calories. Complete Story
 
O’Fallon Brewery finds new home in St. Louis(August 11) - As the St. Louis area’s second-largest craft brewery, O’Fallon Brewery has grown large enough that it needed a closer-to-home production facility than the one the company had been relying on in Wisconsin. Owner Jim Gorczyca found the perfect spot in Maryland Heights, Mo., listed by Hilliker Corporation. The brewery recently closed on the property located at 45 Progress Parkway in Maryland Heights. The 38,000-square-foot building has more than two acres of land. Complete Story
 
Sam Adams helps Cincinnatians brew businesses(August 10) - About 65 small business owners gathered in Findlay Market on Monday evening for beer, speed mentoring and a chance at getting a loan through part of Samuel Adams’ Brewing the American Dream event. The event is meant to provide food, beverage and hospitality small businesses with mentorship and connections to grow. Those entrepreneurs also have the opportunity to apply for a microloan through Ohio’s Economic and Community Development Institute. Complete Story
 
Denver Beer Co Cranks Up Huge New Production Brewery and Canning Line(August 10) - Just three years after opening in a former garage on Platte Street, Denver Beer Co has just tapped a huge new production facility in the Sunnyside neighborhood, making the brewery a perfect symbol for the rapid rise of craft brewing's third wave. Denver Beer Co's Canworks in located inside a cavernous 11,000-square-foot warehouse, at 4455 Jason Street, and includes a thirty-barrel brewing system -- making it the fourth largest in Denver -- and four sixty-barrel fermenters. Complete Story

Two craft breweries and concert amphitheater coming to old Stone Middle School campus near downtown Huntsville, AL(August 9) - By next summer, the old Stone Middle School campus on Governors Drive could be home to two popular Huntsville breweries as well as an outdoor concert amphitheater. The Huntsville Board of Education on Thursday authorized Superintendent Casey Wardynski to negotiate the sale of the sprawling Stone Middle building to developer Randy Schrimsher, who already owns part of the school grounds. Complete Story 

    

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Pittsburgh Brewing aims for return to glory days
(August 9) - Brian Walsh was hired to lead Pittsburgh Brewing Co. into the future, but he thinks often about its past. Iron City beer was brewed the same year Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated president. It is the first point Walsh raised in an interview one recent morning, as he sat in his office inside the original brick brewery in Lawrenceville. Complete Story
   
Minnesota's first women owned and operated brewery opens(August 8) - St. Paul has added another notch to its brewery belt. Last week co-owners Jill Pavlak and Deb Loch opened Urban Growler next to Bang Brewing, not far from the Green Line’s Raymond Avenue station. Urban Growler’s taproom is Minnesota’s first with a kitchen, and it’s the state’s only brewery entirely owned and operated by women. Complete Story
 
Berghoff Brewery plans for expansion, more sales(August 8) - When it comes to beer, the almost 27-year-old owner of the 127-year-old Berghoff Brewery believes that old trumps new any day. "No one wants your dad's beer, (but) having grandpa's beer is cool," said Ben Minkoff, whose family owns General Beverage Distributors and acquired the Berghoff brand in 1994. "We had this history and legacy that people know. We want to bring back that nostalgia." Complete Story

New craft brewery charts opening beside Cat's Cradle in Carrboro(August 8) - YesterYears Brewing Co. owner David Larsen says that while the brewery won’t be up and running until early next year, a coffee roaster will be brewing coffee in the brewery’s space by winter. It’s called the Gray Squirell Coffee Co., and will be Carrboro’s newest coffee roaster, run by Shaw Sturton. Larsen says he will be subleasing space to Sturton for the coffee shop. Complete Story

Colorado Beer Brewers Model Energy Efficiency(August 6) - Colorado craft beer brewers are setting the bar when it comes to sustainability efforts, according to a Rocky Mountain Institute blog post. The post cites New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins and Left Hand Brewing in Longmont as particularly good examples of what beer brewers, as well as other energy-intensive industries, can do to reduce their energy consumption. Complete Story

Cuomo signs bill to let Culinary Institute open brewery(August 6) -At the Culinary Institute of America, students will soon be able to study beer — and get credit for it. Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday signed a bill into law that will let the world-renowned institute start a small brewery on campus for classes and to sell alcohol. Complete Story
 
Long-defunct Drewrys brewery reopens in South Bend(August 6) - Known for the large Gothic D and Mountie on its label, Drewrys was one of the biggest names in the brewing business in the 1960s. Drewrys is back. Noting the popularity of craft beer and retro brands, such as Pabst Blue Ribbon, which is enjoying record sales, Chicagoan Frank Manzo acquired the trademark, found the old recipe and opened a new headquarters in South Bend. Complete Story
 
Sierra Nevada publicly opens its brewery with beer festival(August 4) - With more than 85 craft breweries from across the Southeast offering samples, there was something for every taste at the Beer Camp celebration. The event also offered the general public their first opportunity to visit the newly developed Sierra Nevada Brewing. Complete Story

Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Kicks Off 30-Day Brewery Tour In Fort Myers, FL(August 4) - Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate Adrian Wyllie started his 30-day campaign tour in Fort Myers Friday evening. Most of the stops are at craft breweries, which campaign makes this campaign more like an elaborate bar crawl. Wyllie is holding events in 30 breweries across the state. He kicked off this tour at the Fort Myers Brewing company. Complete Story
 
Asheville’s Wicked Weed to build $5M production brewery(August 2) - Only 18 months after launching their popular downtown brewpub, Wicked Weed Brewing will invest $5 million in a new plant in Candler that could produce 50,000 barrels of craft beer annually. The company will add another 82 jobs over the next three years, boosting its current staff of 145 workers to include not only brewmasters, but also serving staff, sales and marketing, distribution and administrative staff. Complete Story
     

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New Belgium brewery construction ‘goes vertical’(August 2) - Construction is pushing ahead on the massive New Belgium brewery site in West Asheville and the separate distribution beer center in Enka, and passers-by will notice some real progress, especially on the riverfront brewing location. New Belgium looks to open the Enka hub by spring 2015 and first use it to distribute beer made at the company’s original brewery in Fort Collins, Col., New Belgium spokeswoman Susanne Hackett said. Complete Story
 
Brews Travelers dish on 10 most memorable breweries(August 1) - The two of us who make up Brews Travelers 365, Michael Roberts and Brandon Wurtz, have been on the road since we left Dallas at the beginning of the year. We are in the process of traveling across the United States with a mission — to visit at least one brewery per day throughout 2014. By the end of this year, we will have made visits to at least three breweries in each of the 48 contiguous United States, which means we are a little over halfway through now. Complete Story
 
'Dark Horse Nation' shows off the brewery's 'work hard, play hard' philosophy, says co-owner Aaron Morse (August 1) - Aaron Morse is a little nervous. Like the rest of his brewery's admirers -- known as "Dark Horse Nation," the same name of his show that will premiere Tuesday on cable TV's The History Channel -- he will tune in with much anticipation. And even with a few butterflies. Complete Story
  
Boulder Beer Co. planning million-dollar remodel(August 1) - If Boulder Beer gains the necessary go-ahead from the city, construction could start by the spring, Brown said. If that's the case, the remodel could coincide with a $500,000 to $750,000 project to increase the efficiency of Boulder Beer's on-site brewing operations. Complete Story
 
California craft brewers fear drought could alter business, and the beer(July 31) - When Lagunitas Brewing Co. fills its beer bottles, Northern California's Russian River provides the main ingredient. Lagunitas has become one of the fastest-growing stars of California's booming craft beer scene. But the Russian River is shrinking after three years of punishing drought. Complete Story





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Top 10
Ales & Lagers
in the USA

Golden Ale
Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
English Pale Ale

English IPA
Imperial IPA
Bitter
ESB
English Mild Ale
 English Brown Ale
Porter
Stout
Oatmeal Stout
Imperial Stout
Old Ale 
Barley Wine
Scottish Ale
Strong Scottish
Irish Red Ale
American Amber
American Pale Ale
American IPA
American Brown Ale
German Alt
German Kolsch
German Wheat
German
Hefeweizen
Belgian Saison
Belgian Ale
Belgian Abbey Ale
Belgian Lambic
Belgian Witbier


Lagers
American Light Lager
American Pilsner
American 
Premium Lager

Amber Lagers
Bohemian Pilsner
German Pilsner
Munchner Helles

Munchner Dunkel
Marzen
Oktoberfest
Schwarzbier
Bock
DoppleBock


Hybrids
American Cream Ale
American Wheat
American specialty wheat

Fruit/Vegetable beer
Pumpkin beer
Herb and Spice beer
Chocolate Beer
Coffee beer
Rye/Roggen Beer
Wood / Barrel
Aged beer
Wood/Barrel
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