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LAGERS

Lager is a type of beer conditioned at low temperatures. It may be pale, golden, amber, or dark. Pale lager is the most widely consumed and commercially available style of beer.

As well as maturation in cold storage, lager is also distinguished by the use of the Saccharomyces pastorianus yeast. While it is possible to use lager yeast in a warm fermentation process, such as with American steam beer, the lack of a cold storage maturation phase precludes such beer from being classified as lager. On the other hand, German Altbier and Kölsch, brewed with a Saccharomyces cerevisiae top-fermenting yeast at a warm temperature, but with a cold storage finishing stage, are classified as obergäriges lagerbier (top-fermented lager beer).

Until the 19th century, the German word lagerbier  referred to all types of bottom-fermented, cool-conditioned beer, in normal strengths. In Germany today, however, the term is mainly reserved for the prevalent lager beer styles of southern Germany, “Helles” (pale), or a “Dunkel” (dark). Pilsner, a more heavily hopped pale lager, is most often known as “Pilsner”, “Pilsener”, or “Pils”. Other lagers are Bock, Märzen, and Schwarzbier. In the United Kingdom, the term lager commonly refers specifically to pale lagers, many of which are derived from the Pilsner style.

Budweiser

St. Louis, Mo                           AB-Inbev                              
American Lager                   

Bud Light

St. Louis, Mo                           AB-Inbev                              
American Light Lager       

Bud Light Lime

St. Louis, Mo                           AB-Inbev                              
American Lager flavored with lime

Budweiser Select

St. Louis, Mo                          AB-Inbev                              
American Light Lager       

Select 55

St. Louis, Mo                          AB-Inbev                               
Low-calorie Golden Lager

Busch

St. Louis, Mo                             AB-Inbev                                
American Lager                   

Michelob Golden Light

St. Louis, Mo                            AB-Inbev                                
American Golden Lager 

Michelob Ultra

St. Louis, Mo                            AB-Inbev                                
Light Lager                             

Kraftig Lager

St. Louis, Mo                           
William K Busch Brewing   American Lager

Kraftig Light

St. Louis, Mo                           
William K Busch Brewing   American Light Lager

PBR                                              

Milwaukee, Wis                      Pabst Brewing Co                American Lager

Coors Light

Golden, Co                            Coors Brewing Co.              American Lager                            

Miller Lite  

Milwaukee, Wis                      Miller Brewing Co.          American Lager                    

O’douls

St. Louis, Mo                            AB-Inbev                              
American Non-alcoholic Lager

O'douls Amber

St. Louis, Mo                            AB-Inbev                              American Non-alcoholic Lager

IMPORTS

Corona extra

Mexico City, Mex                                     Cervecería Modelo                                   Mexican Lager

Corona Light

Mexico City, Mex                                     Cervecería Modelo                                   Mexican Lager

Heineken

Zoeterwoude, Netherlands                 Heineken Brewery                                        German Lager

CIDERS

Cider (/ˈsaɪdər/ SY-dər) is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of apples. Cider is popular in the United Kingdom, especially in the West Country, and widely available. The UK has the world’s highest per capita consumption, as well as its largest cider-producing companies. Cider is also popular in many Commonwealth countries, such as Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Aside from the UK and its former colonies, cider is popular in other European countries including Ireland, Portugal (mainly in Minho and Madeira), France (particularly Brittany and Normandy), northern Italy (Piedmont and Friuli), and Spain (especially Asturias and the Basque Country). Central Europe also has its own types of cider with Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse producing a particularly tart version known as Apfelwein.

The juice of any variety of apple can be used to make cider, but cider apples are best. The addition of sugar or extra fruit before a second fermentation increases the ethanol content of the resulting beverage. Cider alcohol content varies from 1.2% to 8.5% ABV or more in traditional English ciders, and 3.5% to 12% in continental ciders. In UK law, it must contain at least 35% apple juice (fresh or from concentrate), although CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale) says that “real cider” must be at least 90% fresh apple juice. In the US, there is a 50% minimum. In France, cider must be made solely from apples. In 2014, a study found that a pint of mass-market cider contained five teaspoons (20.5 g) of sugar, nearly the amount the WHO recommends as an adult’s daily allowance of added sugar, and 5–10 times the amount of sugar in lager or ale.

Perry is a similar product to cider made from fermented pear juice

Ace Joker Hard Cider

Sonoma, Ca                              California Cider House          Cider

Angry Orchard

Walden, NY                                   Angry Orchard Cider House      Cider

Strongbow

United Kingdom                              H.P Bulmer Cider House                  Cider

Woodchuck amber

Middlebury, VT                        Woodchuck Cider House              Cider

Wheat Beer

Wheat beer is a beer, usually top-fermented, which is brewed with a large proportion of wheat relative to the amount of malted barley. The two main varieties are Weissbier and Witbier; minor types include Lambic, Berliner Weisse, and Gose.

Schlafly Hefeweizen

St. Louis, Mo                  Schlafly Bottleworks                Hefeweizen

Dogfish Head Namaste

Milton, Dogfish Head Brewing Co.      Belgian Wheat

Hoegaarden Original

Hoegaarden, BD        Hoegaarden, Brewery              Witbier

Shock Top

                                         St. Louis, Mo                   AB- Inbev                        Belgian Wheat                                                    

Guinness Irish Wheat

Dublin Ireland           St. James Gate Brewery                          Irish Wheat Ale

Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier

D-85354 Freisin         Weihenstephan Monastery                    Wheat Ale

BOCK

Bock is a strong lager of German origin. Several substyles exist, including maibock (Helles Bock, heller bock), a paler, more hopped version generally made for consumption at spring festivals; doppelbock (double bock), a stronger and maltier version; and Eisbock, a much stronger version made by partially freezing the beer and removing the ice that forms.

Originally a dark beer, a modern bock can range from light copper to brown in color. The style is very popular, with many examples brewed internationally.

Michelob Amber Bock

St. Louis, Mo                                                  
Ab- Inbev                                                
Bock

Shiner Bock

Shiner, Tx                                      
Spoetzl Brewery
Bock

STOUT

Stout is a dark beer that includes roasted malt or roasted barley, hops, water, and yeast. Stouts were traditionally the generic term for the strongest or stoutest porters, typically 7% or 8% alcohol by volume (ABV), produced by a brewery. There are a number of variations including Baltic porter, milk stout, and imperial stout; the most common variation is a dry stout, exemplified by Guinness Draught, the world’s best selling stout. Stouts are typically top-fermented beer (ale), as opposed to dark lagers.

The first known use of the word stout for beer was in a document dated 1677 found in the Egerton Manuscript, the sense being that a stout beer was a strong beer, not a dark beer. The name porter was first used in 1721 to describe a dark brown beer that had been made with roasted malts. Because of the huge popularity of porters, brewers made them in a variety of strengths. The stronger beers were called “stout porters”, so the history and development of stout and porter are intertwined, and the term stout has become firmly associated with dark beer, rather than just strong beer

North coast, Old Rasputin

Fort Bragg, Ca 
North Coast Brewing Co 
Russian Imperial Stout

Double Chocolate Milk Stout

England, UK 
Well and Young LTD.
Stout

Left Hand Milk Nitro Stout

Longmont, Co 
Left Hand Brewing Co
Milk Stout

Big Muddy Vanilla Stout

Murphysboro, Il     
Big Muddy Brewing Company   
Vanilla Stout

ALE

Ale is a type of beer brewed using a warm fermentation method, resulting in a sweet, full-bodied and fruity taste.[1][2] Historically, the term referred to a drink brewed without hops.

As with most beers, ale typically has a bittering agent to balance the malt and act as a preservative. Ale was originally bittered with gruit, a mixture of herbs or spices boiled in the wort before fermentation. Later, hops replaced gruit as the bittering agent.

4 hands Single Speed

St. Louis, Mo
4 Hands Brewing Company
American Blonde

4 Hands Cast Iron Oatmeal

St. Louis, Mo                            4 Hands Brewing Company                      Brown Ale

Big Sky Moose Drool

Missoula, Mo                          Big Sky Brewing Company                      
Brown Ale

Schlafly Pale Ale

                                                      St. Louis, Mo                           Schlafly Brewing Company                      
Pale Ale      

Blueberry Blonde

Murphysboro, Il                  Big Muddy Brewing Company                     
Blonde Ale

4 Hands City Wide APA

St. Louis, Mo                            4 Hands Brewing Company                
American Pale Ale

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Chico, Ca                                Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.                      
Pale Ale

Odell Easy Street Wheat Ale

 Fort Collins, Co                  Odell’s Brewing Co.           Wheat Ale

Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat

Chicago, Il                             Goose Island Brewing Co  Wheat Ale

Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat

Kansas City, Mo                    Boulevard Brewing Company                      Wheat Ale 

Founders Dirty Bastard

Grand Rapids, MI                  Founders Brewing Company                 
Scottish Ale

Bell's Amber Ale

Comstock, MI                        Comstock Brewery             Amber Ale                                                                                        

New Belgium Fat Tire Ale

Fort Collins, Co                  New Belgium Brewery       Amber Ale                                 

George Killian's Irish Red

France                                       SAB Miller                         
Red Ale                                       

North Coast Red Seal

Fort Bragg, Ca           North Coast Brewing Co                                          Red Ale

Delirium Tremens

Geraardsbergsesteenweg 14 B – 9090 Melle    The Brouwerij Huyghe                 
Pale  Blonde

Guinness Blonde

Dublin Ireland                                                           St. James Gate Brewery                            American Blonde

Boulevard Tank 7

Kansas City, Mo                                               
Boulevard Brewing Company           
Farmhouse Ale

INDIA PALE ALE

India pale ale (IPA) is a hoppy beer style within the broader category of pale ale. It has also been referred to as pale ale as prepared for India, India ale, pale India ale, or pale export India ale.

The term pale ale originally denoted an ale that had been brewed from pale malt. Among the first brewers known to export beer to India was George Hodgson’s Bow Brewery, on the Middlesex-Essex border. Bow Brewery beers became popular among East India Company traders in the late 18th century because of the brewery’s location near the East India Docks. Demand for the export style of pale ale, which had become known as India pale ale, developed in England around 1840 and it later became a popular product there. IPAs have a long history in Canada and the United States, and many breweries there produce a version of the style.

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

                                Milton, De                      Dogfish Head Brewing Co                  Dark IPA

Dogfish Head Burton Baton

                              Milton, De                      Dogfish Head Brewing Co                  
Imperial IPA                             

Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA

                              Milton, De
Dogfish Head Brewing Co                   IPA                                                   

New Belgium Voodoo Ranger

Fort Collins, Co        New Belgium Brewing Co                   IPA                                             

Odells IPA

                                            Fort Collins, Co        Odell Brewing  Co       IPA                                                                         

4 hands Divided Sky IPA

St. Louis, Mo                  4 Hands Brewing Co  Rye IPA                                                                     

Elysian Space Dust

Seattle, Wa                 Elysian Brewing Co  IPA                                                                                  

Big Muddy Galaxy IPA

Murphysboro, Il  Big Muddy Brewing Co   IPA                                                                                       

Founders Centennial IPA

Grand Rapids, Mi
Founders Brewing Co
IPA                          

Logboat Snapper IPA

Columbia, Mo              Logboat Brewing Co                                 
IPA                                                

Odells Mycrenary Double IPA   

Fort Collins, Co         Odells Brewing Co    Double IPA                     

4 Hands Incarnation

St. Louis, Mo                   4 Hands Brewing Co                                 
IPA