Wild beers include "wild" yeast or bacteria and can have a funky taste These are the Beer Styles for this Style Family. Find the Style(s) that appeal to you by using the Beer O'Meter™ and style descriptions. Click on the Style and see beers you should try.
American wild ales get their flavor from souring agents or the influence of barrel aging
Berliner weisse beers are low in alcohol and refreshingly tart
Brett beer varies in color and can take on the hues of added fruits or other ingredients
Flanders Red is an ale with character and balance
Belgian-style fruit lambics take on the color and flavor of the fruit it is brewed with
Refreshing, tart and fruity wheat ale with a restrained coriander and salt character
Belgian-style lambics are traditionally dry and completely attenuated, with no residual sweetness from either malt, sugar or artificial sweeteners
Oud Bruin is a malty, fruity, aged and somewhat sour Belgian-style brown ale
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