IPA (India Pale Ale) and APA (American Pale Ale) – beer with significant quantities of different types of hops. Pale malt gives hop to emerge in all its glory. The APA and IPA are two sides of the same coin. APA emphasizes the aromatic side of hops, IPA — taste that is bitterness. Two ways of hopping give such an opportunity: brewing with hops gives bitterness, infusion on dry hops – aromatics with fruit-citrus-coniferous notes.
Blonder beer light (Germany) – Light, lager beer has a golden color. Contains 3.8% of alcohol. The dry matter content of 11°. This beer can always be found in Munich at Oktoberfest, where it is very popular, because it is a traditional common taste. Beer is brewed using the best varieties of Bavarian malt, high-quality bitter and aromatic hops. This beer corresponds to the classic, German (Bavarian) light beers.
Blonder beer light (Czech) – Light beer has a rich amber color. Contains 4.4% of alcohol. The dry matter content of 12°. This beer is brewed in compliance with all the nuances of classic Czech technology. Aromatic hops and light malts create the refreshing effect of a light drink. Bitter hops gives a pleasant tartness. Beer has a harmonious taste with a pronounced hop aroma. There’s nothing better than slowly sipping this beer in the summer.
American Brown Ales created by American brewers, has expressed chocolate, caramel, nut and smoked notes, which counterbalance the hop bitterness. Color from light to dark brown, transparent. Forms from small to moderate foam from cream to yellow-brown color. Alcohol content: 4.3-6.2%.
English Porter was a blend of three different styles: an old ale (stale or soured), a new ale (brown or pale ale) and a weak one (mild ale), with various combinations of blending and staleness. Porters are typically brewed using a pale malt base with the addition of black malt, crystal, chocolate, or smoked brown malt. While uncommon, roasted malt is occasionally added too.
Dark (velvet) beer. Full flavored lager with deep, dark and satisfying flavor and distinctly smooth aroma. Contains 5.7% of alcohol. The dry matter content of 15°. The perfect combination of caramel and roasted malt creates a deep, rich taste, the bitter varieties of hops make you feel the tartness, aroma and strength of this beer. Pretty strong beer. It reminds of the “Guinness beer” taste, but our beer is softer and therefore gentler to drink.
“Red” beer with a flavor of cognac. Differs from other varieties in amber tint and from the inside with luminous core. Contains 5.4% of alcohol. The dry matter content of 14°. Featuring an approachable hop bitterness, which rests on the palate, this typically amber-colored beer is brewed as a lager. “Red” beer brewed on the basis of caramel malt is pleasant in all aspects. Beer tastes slightly spicy, surprisingly soft, although it is quite strong and rich. This beer is very popular among women.
For example Guinness and Murphy’s are dry Irish stouts, but you can brew something similar, but unique. Stouts draw their flavor and color from roasted barley. This beer is often dispensed via nitrogen gas taps that lend a smooth, creamy body to the palate
Wheat beer. One of the most commercially successful types of wheat beer is hefeweisen, served with lemon, very fresh for the summer season.