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  • Lagers
    The most commercialised and common beer style in the world, Lagers includes Pilsners, Kolsch and Bocks. These beers are clean, crisp, highly carbonated with a slightly bitter finish and will appear to be clear and lightly golden. Food pairing is great with greens such as salad, light meats such as chicken and fish as well as mid spicy dishes. Beer Scale: Maltiness 1/5,  Hoppiness 1/5,  Alcohol 2/5
  • Wheat Ales
    Made of wheat and malt, this pleasant and refreshing summer style has a slightly tart but citrusy flavour and aroma. It's most popular among craft beer beginners. Wheat Ales are also known as Witbier (Belgian styled) or Weiss/Weizen/Hefeweizen (German styled). While wheat ales are light and crisp in general, Witbiers can hold a certain pleasant sweetness with zesty fruitiness while Weizens can be tart, citrusy and of banana or clove flavours. Food pairing is great with greens such as salad, light meats such as chicken and fish. Beer Scale: Maltiness 1/5, Hoppiness 1/5, Alcohol 2/5
  • Golden Ales
    Also known as Blonde Ales, this style is approachable, smooth and easy-drinking, Golden Ales were brewed to appeal to Lager drinkers and may have honey, spices or fruit added. Golden Ales are, you guessed it, deep gold in colour and are generally clear with creamy white foam. Most Golden Ales originate from England or Belgium. English-styled Golden Ales are typically more fruitier and lighter while the Belgium-styled ones, also known as Blonde Ales, are higher in alcohol and are more earthy, spicy and yeasty. Food pairing is great with greens such as salad, light meats such as chicken, fish and shellfishes. Beer Scale: Maltiness 1/5, Hoppiness 2/5, Alcohol 2/5
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