Writer: Jamil Zainasheff

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Irish Red Ale

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One of the first things you learn about most styles is whether it’s an ale or a lager. This month’s featured style — Irish red ale — can be either.


Fruit Beers

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Some folks think fruit beer is for beginners, but that’s not the case. Just like getting a tan on vacation — you need to start with a good base.


Roggenbier

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Why rye? Because a great roggenbier has a spicy, pumpernickel-like flavor and a bready, banana-like aroma. Plus: A rockin’ roggen recipe.


Irish Dry Stout

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Think all stouts are thick, heavy and boozy? Think again! Dry stout is refreshing, light-bodied and low in alcohol. 


Munich Dunkel

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Let’s get old school and go back to a time when people used pencil and paper, rotary phones and brewed Munich dunkel.


Extra Special Bitter (ESB)

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Is it the crystal malt? The English hops? What makes a great ESB? Find out how to put the special in your bitter.


American Blonde Ale

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It’s true that some gentlemen prefer blondes, and lots of homebrewers do, too. Brush up on the methods for making easy-drinking American blonde ales.


Winter Spiced Ales

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One of the best things about a white Christmas is the dark, spiced holiday ales that go along with it. Learn how to brew a wonderful winter warmer.


American Amber Ale

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America is known for its amber waves of grain…and also for its amber ales. Find out how to brew this modern classic.


Foreign Extra Stout

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Beer selection in the tropics is limited, but it isn’t limited to just cookie-cutter yellow lagers. If you don’t want fizz-water with a lime in it, grab a foreign extra stout. We’ll show you how to brew one.


Belgian Witbier

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Witbier nearly went extinct after the Second World War, but now — thanks mostly to Pierre Celis — the style is roaring back. Learn the ingredients and methods to brew this cloudy, tangy, spicy brew.


Ordinary Bitter

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Ordinary bitter is neither ordinary nor bitter – our new Style columnist will discuss the best way to brew this British session ale at home.


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