Hierarchy by Types

Hierarchy by Types

 Ale
 Lambic
 Lager
 Hybrid
 Artizanal
 Trappist
 Fruit
 Vintage
 Limited
 Crazy
 Bio
 Non-Alcohol
 Non-Belgian
Strong Ale
Season
Stout
Grand Cru
Honey
Hops
Oud Bruin
Pale Ale
Special
Amber
Blond
Red Ale
White
Bruin
Double
Quadro
Triple
India Pale Ale

Amber

Amber ale use for some pale ales; the colour generally ranging from light copper to light brown. A small amount of crystal or other coloured malt may be added to the basic pale ale base to produce a slightly darker colour, as in some Irish and British pale ales. In France the term used is ambrée, and the hop bitterness is modest.    ... see all Amber beers


Ale

Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a top-fermenting brewers" yeast. Most ales contain hops, which impart a bitter herbal flavour that helps to balance the sweetness of the malt and preserve the beer. Ale yeast works best in moderate temperatures between 15C and 25C. Ale starts maturing after a few days of fermenting and lasts around two weeks. The warm conditions needed tor ale yeast to ferment allow the yeast to create esters and other secondary flavour and aroma products, and the result is often a beer with slightly "fruity" compounds resembling apple, pear, pineapple, banana, plum, or prune, among others creating full body, soft and round effect. Belgium produces a wide variety of specialty ales. In most of the cases Belgian ales characterize with relatively are high alcoholic content due to the addition of sucrose, which provides an alcohol boost with an essentially neutral flavour.   ... see all Ale beers
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