Courses

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    American Lagers and Pilsners

    Both of these craft beers share a crystal clear appearance, light body, and grainy malt flavors. What often makes them different is the level of…
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    Ciders

    We know it’s not craft beer, but many craft beer bars and restaurants also serve hard cider. In our Ciders course, you’ll learn why cider…
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    Hazy IPAs and Milkshake IPAs

    Juicy, hazy, New England, milkshake…what does it all mean? These craft beers are similar in their tropical hop flavors, higher alcohol percentage, high bitterness, and…
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    IPAs and Pale Ales

    One could argue that IPAs and Pale Ales are the definitive America craft beer styles. Both of these beers are high in bitterness, medium in…
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    Kettle Sours

    Sour beers are so unique from almost every other style. Kettle sours are delicate, tart, refreshing, and are enjoyed by beer snobs and non-craft beer…
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    Kölsch and Helles

    Kölsch and Helles are two of the most refreshing beer styles. They’re light, balanced, and go down easy. However, each style uses a unique strain…
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    Legends

    What makes a craft beer a legend? It’s being a pioneer in brewing, standing the test of time in a crowded industry, and sometimes defining…
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    Oktoberfest Beers

    The time is here for Oktoberfest beer!
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    Porters and Stouts

    This course and test pairs Porters and Stouts so you can learn all about both styles, as well as their similarities and differences. 

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    Shandies and Radlers

    Radlers and shandies are fruit and beer hybrids. Both have low alcohol percentage, high carbonation, and fruit-forward flavors. Radlers are made predominately with lemonade or…
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    Wheats and Hefeweizens

    This course and test pairs Witbiers and Saisons so you can learn all about both styles, as well as their similarities and differences. 

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    Witbiers and Saisons

    This course and test pairs Witbiers and Saisons so you can learn all about both styles, as well as their similarities and differences.