Black Hammer Roller Boogie

“Session” is basically an adjective used to describe a beer that is: lower in alcohol (generally under 4 or 5% ABV) and high in refreshment. Generally, it applies to beers that are not too filling. These beers also tend not to be too anything. They’re not too bitter, not too hoppy, not too malty.

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Tamam Lager

lager beer, light-coloured, highly carbonated type of beer. The term lager is used to denote beer produced from bottom-fermenting yeast. Lagers are distinguished from ales, or top-fermented British types of beer. Bottom-fermented lagers have their origins in continental Europe.

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Pasatiempo Pale Ale

Pale ale is a popular style of beer that’s hop-forward with a malty flavor, a golden to amber color, and moderate strength. Brewed with pale malt and ale yeast, pale ales bridge the gap between dark stouts and light lagers. They are full of flavor, but not too heavy, so the style is very approachable.

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CBC IPA

India Pale Ales (IPAs), which encompass numerous styles of beer, get their characteristics largely from hops and herbal, citrus or fruity flavors. They can be bitter and contain high alcohol levels, though the final product depends on the variety of hops used.

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CBC Amber Love

Amber beer showcases a medium-high to high malt character with medium to low caramel character derived from the use of roasted crystal malts. The American amber is characterized by American-variety hops, which lend the amber ale notes of citrus, fruit and pine to balance the sweetness of the malt

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Kali Kolsch

Kölsch is a top-fermented local beer style from Köln (Cologne), Germany. Kölsch beers are characterized by a lightly fruity yeast note in aroma and taste, as well as a pleasant hoppy bitterness. The history of kölsch beer goes back to the year 874 AD.

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