Ale

Brewed with top fermenting yeast at cellar temperature, ales are fuller-bodied, with nuances of fruit or spice and a pleasantly hoppy finish. Generally robust and complex with a variety of fruit and malt aromas, ales come in many varieties. They could include Bitters, Milds, Abbey Ales, Pale Ales, Nut Browns, etc. More Details

Lager

A lager, which can range from sweet to bitter and pale to black, is usually used to describe bottom-fermented brews of Dutch, German, and Czech styles. Most, however, are a pale to medium colour, have high carbonation, and a medium to high hop flavour. Crisp and refreshing with a smooth finish from longer aging.

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American

There’s very little distinction between a Porter and a Stout, but they do have their differences. Porter is a dark, almost black, fruity-dry, top fermenting style. An ale, porter is brewed with a combination of roasted malt to impart flavour, colour and aroma. More Details

Belgian

Stout, not as sweet to the taste, features a rich, creamy head and is flavoured and coloured by barley. Stout is also a black, roast brew made by top fermentation. Stouts often use a portion of unmalted roasted barley to develop a dark, slightly astringent, coffee-like character. More Details

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Evolution IPA Clone

Potable proof that change is good. India Pale Ale (IPA) was originally a variation of English Style Pale Ale. Its stronger, hoppier character was designed to survive the arduous overseas journey from Britain to its colonies in India. Today, just for fun, American brewers continue to alter the formula and produce bigger, even hoppier renditions like smooth, aromatic Evolution IPA. Originally brewed by Golden City Brewery. 

  7.3% ABV, 65 IBU

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