Date: Special Issue: 30 Great Beer Styles

31 result(s) found.

Maibock

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.064–1.072 (15.7–17.5 °P) FG: 1.011–1.018 (2.8–4.6 °P) SRM: 6–11 IBU: 23–35 ABV: 6.3–7.4% I have always been a fan of German-style lagers. In fact, my love of the

Kölsch

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.044–1.050 (11–12.4 °P) FG: 1.007–1.011 (1.8–2.8 °P) SRM: 3.5–5 IBU: 20–30 ABV: 4.4–5.2% My first time wandering the streets of Cologne was a magical moment. In between dramatic

Irish Red

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.044–1.060 FG: 1.010–1.014 SRM: 9–18 IBU: 17–28 ABV: 4.0–6.0% Fritz Maytag, of Anchor Brewing fame, during a speech many years ago, explained how the “story” around something is

Imperial/Double IPA

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.070–1.090 (17–21.6 °P) FG: 1.010–1.020 (2.6–5.1 °P) SRM: 8–15 IBU: 60–120 ABV: 7.5–10% Like many people, when I was new to craft beer I favored beers with a

Gose

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.036–1.052 FG: 1.006–1.012 SRM: 3–6 IBU: 5–12 ABV: 3.9–4.9 I know it was more than a decade ago when I first heard of Gose (pronounced goes-uh), a 1,000-year-old

German Pils

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.044–1.050 (11–12.4 °P) FG: 1.008–1.013 (2.1–3.3 °P) SRM: 2–5 IBU: 25–45 ABV: 4.4–5.2% German Pilsner recipes seem so simple, but brewing a perfect example is a challenge that

German Hefeweizen

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.044–1.052 (11–12.9 °P) FG: 1.010–1.014 (2.6–3.6 °P) SRM: 2–8 IBU: 8–15 ABV: 4.3–5.6% Most people seem to either love or hate German wheat beers based on early taste

Flanders Red

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG:1.048–1.057 (11.9 – 14.0 °P) FG:1.002–1.012 (0.5 – 3.1 °P) SRM:10–16 IBU:10–25 ABV:4.6–6.5% Don’t tell me you hate sour beers. If you are a regular reader of this column,

Extra Special Bitter (ESB)

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.048–1.060 (11.9–14.7 °P) FG: 1.010–1.016 (2.6–4.1 °P) SRM: 6–18 IBU: 30–50 ABV: 4.6–6.2% Extra special bitter, often referred to as English pale ale or strong bitter (ESB is

English IPA

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.050–1.075 (12.4–18.2 °P) FG: 1.010–1.018 (2.6–4.6 °P) SRM: 8–14 IBU: 40–60 ABV: 5.0–7.5% India pale ale was first created when an enterprising brewer crafted a beer to better

English Barleywine

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.080–1.120 (19.3–28.1 °P) FG: 1.018–1.030 (4.6–7.6 °P) SRM: 8–22 IBU: 35–70 ABV: 8.0–12.0% One of the classic examples of English barleywine is Thomas Hardy’s Ale. Some years ago

Irish Dry Stout

MEMBERS ONLY
by the numbers OG: 1.036–1.050 (9.1–12.4 °P) FG: 1.007–1.011 (1.8–2.8 °P) SRM: 25–40 IBU: 30–45  ABV: 4.0–5.0% Several months ago I was enjoying an evening out at a local brew pub with

31 result(s) found.