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March beer (Märzen)

In the past, Märzen beer was brewed exclusively from October to March. The reason for this was the risk of fire since cooling systems had…

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Vienna Lager

The original Vienna lager is a type of European Amber Lager that was first created by Anton Dreher in the first half of the 19th…

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Pilsner

In 1938, an incident occurred near the town hall of the Czech city of Pilsen. The crowd of people was angry with the poor quality…

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Wheat Beer

This type of beer is based on wheat malt, harmoniously combined with barley. Wheat beer differs from other varieties in its softness, thick foam, clove…

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Bock

The first Bock beer was brewed in Einbeck, a small town in Lower Saxony. The first breweries in Einbeck appeared in the 1240s and began…

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Porter

Porter is a type of beer that appeared and is widespread in England. This is a generic name for a variety of beers that share…

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Russian Imperial Stout

Russian Imperial Stout is a very strong, dark top-fermented beer of British origin, with a gravity of 18 to 27% and an ABV of 8…

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Foreign-Style Stout

Foreign-style stouts are the stouts that are produced anywhere outside the British archipelago. In Ireland, a foreign stout is any stout brewed outside of that…

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Sweet Stout

The Irish stout can compete with its English version, sweet stout. In other countries, it is also known as a “milk” or “cream” stout, but…

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Dry Stout

Dry stout is produced in the same way as porters and differs from them in gravity. The alcohol content of the drink ranges from 4…