In 1971, four British journalists, on holiday in Dunquin, Ireland, sat in Kruger’s Bar and hatched a plan. Reacting to the decline of traditional, cask-conditioned ales in British pubs, they formed the
Double your pleasure with five homebrew clones for five double or imperial beers -- Odell's Double Pilsner, Avery's The Kaiser (Imperial Octoberfest), Left Hand's Twin Sister Double IPA, Flying Dog's Gonzo Porter and Great Divide's Yeti Imperial Stout.
One of the things that makes drinking beer in Germany unique from North America is that depending where in the country you are, the beer style you find will be different. Take a beer-style tour of Germany to discover some of the most notable German beer styles (plus recipes) and the regions they come from.