ArticleBelgian Blond Ale: The best known Belgian Abbey beer Some people have asked me how I choose the styles to write about in this column. At the start, it was easy — I just started writing about new styles in theAlready a member? Log InWritten by Gordon StrongYou'll Also Like Article MEMBERS ONLY Cream Ale: An American original Who created it and why is it called a cream ale? Alright, these are the two questions Gordon doesn’t have an answer for — but for everything else related to cream ale, he’s got a great story to tell of one of the iconic American styles of beer. Article MEMBERS ONLY German Weiss: Weissbier in the south, Hefeweizen in the north Outside of American IPAs, German weissbiers seem to garner the most questions from our readers about brewing strategies. Gordon Strong gives some clear advice to those looking to brew this hazy style.