If I Only Had a Beer...
Here's some interesting facts and info about different beers. So many possibilities, so little time to try them all!
Key to Yeast Type
Ale Yeast with Lactic Bacteria
Wheat Ale Yeast
Very Dark Amber
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India Pale Ale (or IPA for short) is a "hoppy" beer that is apart of the pale ale family.
Taste: Ranges from pure citrus to strong and bitter flavors.
Ranges from a silky-soft to full and thick mouthfeel.
Oz is looking to offer a variety of IPAs.
Milkshake India Pale Ale (IPA) includes lactose or milk sugars during the brewing progress.
Taste: Usually sweet fruit flavors but there are also bitter citrus flavors.
Very Creamy, smooth, soft mouthfeel.
Wheat Beers use a large amount of wheat in the brewing grain.
Taste: Hazy and Citrusy
Oz plans to have several different wheat beer variants.
Stout beers are brewed with a unmalted roasted barley giving them a darker flavor than regular beers.
Taste: Dark, roasted, bitter and hoppy, with a coffee or dark chocolate flavors.
Silky, full and creamy mouthfeel.
Oz is looking brew a few different kinds of stout beers.
Porter Beers have a very dark color to them due to the brewing process including brown malt.
Taste: Range from fruity and sweet to complex dark bitter flavors.
Silky, creamy mouth feel with a medium amount of carbonation.
Ales historically were not brewed with hops, although now they use a warm fermentation method that uses both hops and a different yeast than regular beers.
Taste: Sweet, fruity flavor.