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VIDEO: How to Open a Beer Bottle with a Newspaper

VIDEO: How to Open a Beer Bottle with a Newspaper

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Beer Styles 201 – Amber and Dark Ales

These ales are brewed in the US, Ireland and England. Sometimes seen as the predecessor to Porter style beers. Their complex malt character, pronounced bitterness and strong hops flavour makes them great for grilling season.

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Beer Styles 201 – Golden Ales

These light coloured ales tend to be clear, crisp and dry, so they go well with foods that, like their colour, are light.

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Beer Styles 201: Double/Imperial IPA

What do you get when you take the intensity of a Russian Imperial Stout and an IPA? A Double IPA (Imperial IPA), of course! Learn more about this fascinating style.

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Beer Styles 201 – Amber and Dark Lagers

These German style beers are characterized by their necessity to be in cold storage before they make their way to your glass. They were the traditional Bavarian beers before Pale Ale became popular in the late 19th Century.

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Tour of German Beer Styles Part Four: Wheat Ales

Germany’s Weizens (wheat beers) and Weissbiers (white beers) are world renowned and are now being brewed in many countries. In Part Four of the series we look at Weissbier, Dunkel Weissbier and Weizenbock.