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Style Notes

What makes a beer style? What’s great about a beer style and when should you drink it? Look no further, we’re committed to outlining different beer styles and why each one in particular is the best (in its own little way). This list is forever growing and comes from our blog, so check back often. We don’t have any method or timing on when we write about beer styles, so apologies in advance if we don’t have a particular beer style listed. We’ll get there eventually…

Where does the term Tripel come from?

Glass of Westmalle Trippel

The Tripel is a Belgian style of beer known for being golden in colour, complex, and quite strong. Many assume that this is an extremely old style of beer, however, while it does have its origins in traditional Belgian brewing, the first and most famous example of this beer didn’t come about until the 1930’s, […]

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Sour Beer – Keep the Fad Going

Rogue Beard Beer

Going into Autumn here in Australia, it’s sad that we’re coming out of sour beer weather. But at least it means we’re going into brown ale, porter, and stout weather! We had a fairly delayed start of Autumn, so we were able to enjoy lovely sour beers a little longer than usual. This was more […]

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Yum, Saison!

Saison_Dupont

As part of our ongoing commitment to craft beer discussion, Brew in Review wants to go deeper into beer styles. Some of this has been touched on in our Conversion Beers and our Naming Conventions articles, but these style pieces go deeper into a specific style. This article is about the saison. Go here for our […]

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All hail the brown ale!

Beerporn - Deja Vu Bar

As part of our ongoing commitment to craft beer discussion, Brew in Review wants to go deeper into beer styles. Some of this has been touched on in our Conversion Beers and our Naming Conventions articles, but these style pieces go deeper into a specific style. This article is about the brown ale. Go here […]

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