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Belgian styles vary from blonde or golden ales to lambics and saisons
Bocks are gold to light amber in color with a moderate to strong malt aroma
Brown ales are sweet, low in alcohol and have moderate bitterness
Cider is fermented alcohol made from the unfiltered juice of apples
Dark lagers can range from amber lagers, dunkels and Oktoberfest beer
Flavored malt beverage includes added ingredients such as fruit juices and other flavorings
Hybrid beers are unique and range from cream ales to a delightful Kölsch
India pale ale is a hoppy beer style within the broader category of pale ale
Meads are made from water, yeast and honey
Pale ales can range from pale golden to deep amber in color and can be created in American or English style
Pilsners and pale lagers are pale to golden in color with a well attenuated body and noble hop bitterness
Porters and stouts are dark, rich, malty, and sometimes sweet
Scottish-style ales are full-bodied and malty and often have a slightly sweet taste
Specialty beers can run the gamut from barrel-aged to coffee beer
Strong ales are extremely high in alcohol and can range from light to dark in color
Wheat beers come in many varities including Witbier, Weissbier, Dunkelweizen, and Hefeweizen
Wild beers include "wild" yeast or bacteria and can have a funky taste
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