A hop-forward, malty flavor with a golden to amber color. Pale ales are those beers that bridge the gap between dark stouts and light lagers. Originating from England, Pale ales are robust beers that can be enjoyed with strongly spiced foods.
Originating from Germany, Lagers are crisp and refreshing with a smooth finish. Most Lagers are a pale to medium color, have high carbonation, and a medium to high hop flavor. Serve ice cold
English pale ales display earthy, herbal English-variety hop character. Medium to high hop bitterness, flavor and aroma should be evident. The yeast strains used in these beers lend a fruitiness to their aromatics and flavor, referred to as esters.
Pilsner is one of the most popular styles of lager beers in Germany, and in many other countries. It's often spelled as ``Pilsener``, and often times abbreviated, or spoken in slang, as ``Pils.`` Classic German Pilsners are very light straw to golden in color.
Dark beer made using roasted malt or roasted barley, hops, water and yeast. The stronger beers were called ``stout porters``, so the history and development of stout and porter are intertwined, and the term stout has become firmly associated with dark beer, rather than just strong beer.
Porter is a dark style of beer developed in London from well-hopped beers made from brown malt. The name was first recorded in the 18th century, and is thought to come from its popularity with street and river porters. The history and development of stout and porter are intertwined.
Just arrived is the 2018 version of Founders Double Trouble. An imperial IPA that was brewed to turn your world upside down. Hops will get you coming and going. Pungent aromatics up front pair with a malt-balanced backbone and a smooth, bitter...