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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by BottleCaps80, Feb 15, 2013.
I know because I was involved in the Grätzer project.
I'd like to see more braggot style ales.
Ok cool. Is Sebastian from Freigeist involved somehow in Jopen?
Imperial Brown Ales or Belgian IPA's.
As I was scrolling down this list Rauchbier immediately came to mind! And Dunkelweizen.
American IPAs. Nobody ever talks about them.
Roggenbier, dunkel, and kolsch. Need me some cookout beers.
Im gonna brew a Kolsch next weekend!
agree 100% If I ever homebrew this would be the reason
Bière de Garde, I love this style and I rarely see them. Jack's Abby just did Private Rye which was awesome. Ommegang has made one or two which I tried and loved. I hardly see this style anywhere though. Would love to see more.
The Grätzer was a collaboration of Jopen, Evan Rail, me and Monarchy of Musselland (which includes Sebastian).
English style ordinary bitters and dark milds (all under 4% and priced accordingly)
+1 on the Biere de Garde
Three and a half pages and only one person mentions wheatwines?! That right there confirms that they are under appreciated. And the blank stares that I often get from store employees when I ask about wheatwines confirms that they are under produced.
So, yeah- more wheatwines!
Well....at least one brewery is filling my wishes from the OP.
Looks like Schell's is starting a new collection of beers this Summer that will all be based on the Berliner Weisse style....the "Noble Star Collection." Stoked!
Along those lines.Bocks beers are in short supply come March and April,very much under appreciated style.Cheers
Steinbier! Proof i have been watching too much Michael Jackson as of late !
I watched the Beer Hunter series way back in the 90s before I started grad school in Germany. I still go back to them to this day. Great stuff. And I, too, wish there were more Steinbier to be had; used to travel up to Coburg to buy crates of the Rauchenfels Steinbier back in the day (never was such a big fan of the Steinweizen...)
Right now I'd have to say a good Czech Pislner. When done correctly it's the perfect session beer.
Berliner Weisse, Kölsch ("Kolsch style ales" usually taste nothing like a Kolsch), Czech style pilsners, dunkel weiss, bier de noel.