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Biertypen - Bierindelingen

Overzicht van biertypen volgens verschillende bekende bierindelingen. De 'donker' afgebeelde biertypen worden gebruikt op deze site om de bieren in te delen naar type.


Bier Keurmeesters Gilde (2019)

BKG v1.0 (februari 2015)

Deze indeling is samengesteld door het Bier Keurmeesters Gilde (BKG). Voor de indeling van de bieren op deze site wordt de BKG indeling als basis genomen. Daar waar er (meer specifieke) biertypen ontbreken, wordt er gebruik gemaakt van andere indelingen.

BKG v1.0 is de eerste definitieve versie.

BKG v2.0 (februari 2019)

Volgorde Geur, Smaak, Hoofdsmaak gewijzigd naar Geur, Hoofdsmaak, Smaak.
Toegevoegde typen: Gose; Session IPA
Bij een groot aantal typen zijn de commerciële voorbeelden gewijzigd.

BKG v2.1 (juli 2019)

Alle typen voorzien van de soort vergisting.

BKG v2.2 (juli 2019)

Enkele tekst-verbeteringen aangebracht.

BKG v2.3 (augustus 2019)

Sterke Blonde weer toegevoegd.

Alt American Amber-Red American Pale Ale Baltic Porter Barley Wine (klasse D) Barley Wine Engels & Amerikaans (klasse C) Berliner Weisse Bière de Garde (Ambreé) Bitter Blond Black IPA (BIPA) Blond(e) Bo(c)kbier Bohemian / Czech Dark Lager Brettanomyces Blond Brown Ale Brut (Méthode Champenoise) California Steam Dortmunder Export Dortmunder Strong Double / Imperial IPA Dubbel Dubbelbock Dunkelweizen Export Stout Faro Fruit / Framboise Lambic Gose Imperial Red Ale India Pale Ale (GB) India Pale Ale (USA) Irish Dry Stout Irish Red Ale Kölsch Kriek Lambiek (Oude) Kuit Lichte Dubbelbo(c)k Meibo(c)k Mild Ale (Dark) Milk (Sweet) Stout Münchener Dunkles Münchener Helles Oatmeal Stout Oktoberfest Old Ale Ordinary & Best Bitter Oud Bruin (NL) Oude Geuze Lambiek Pale Ale (GB) Pils(ener) Pilsener (Urtyp) Porter Quadrupel Russian Imperial Stout Saison Schwarzbier Scotch Ale Session India Pale Ale Speciale Belge (Belgische Pale Ale) Sterk (Dubbel) Witbier Sterke Blonde Sterke Saison Sterke Vlaamse Bruine Tripel Vlaams (Oud) Bruin Vlaams Rood Weizen Weizen(doppel)bock Weizenbock (Hell) Witbier

Bier Jaarboek Peter Crombecq 1995-1996 (1995)

In het boek Bier Jaarboek 1995-1996 van Peter Crombecq werden biertypen met bijsoorten en kenwoorden gedefinieerd.

Aarschotse Bruine Alcoholarm Alcoholvrij Ale Ale, Dubbel Ale, Kriek Ale, Munt Alt Amber Bok Dort Dry Dubbelbok Faro Geuze Geuze, Bosbes Geuze, Cuvée Geuze, Framboos Geuze, Kriek Geuze, Perzik Geuze, Zwarte Bes Haverbier Kölsch Lambik Lambik, Aardbei Lambik, Abrikoos Lambik, Ananas Lambik, Banaan Lambik, Bosbes Lambik, Druif Lambik, Framboos Lambik, Grand Cru Lambik, Kriek Lambik, Kriek, Cuvée Lambik, Perzik Lambik, Pruim Lambik, Zwarte Bes Light Märtzen Meibok Oud Bruin Oud Bruin, Grand Cru Oud Bruin, Kriek Pils Pils, Abdijbier Pils, Bitter Pils, Export Pils, Luxe Pils, Luxe, Abdijbier Pils, Luxe, Speciaal Rookbier Saison Scotch Speciaalbier Speciaalbier, Aardbei Speciaalbier, Abdijbier Speciaalbier, Abdijbier, Dubbel Speciaalbier, Abdijbier, Tripel Speciaalbier, Appel Speciaalbier, Banaan Speciaalbier, Bitter Speciaalbier, Bitter, Tripel Speciaalbier, Bosbes Speciaalbier, Cuvée Speciaalbier, Cuvée, Abdijbier Speciaalbier, Druif Speciaalbier, Dubbel Speciaalbier, Dubbel, Speciaal Speciaalbier, Framboos Speciaalbier, Gember Speciaalbier, Grand Cru Speciaalbier, Honing Speciaalbier, Honing, Dubbel Speciaalbier, Kriek Speciaalbier, Kriek, Cuvée Speciaalbier, Kruiden Speciaalbier, Kruiden, Abdijbier Speciaalbier, Kruiden, Cuvée Speciaalbier, Kruiden, Dubbel Speciaalbier, Kruiden, Speciaal Speciaalbier, Kruiden, Tripel Speciaalbier, Pruim Speciaalbier, Quadrupel Speciaalbier, Sleedoorn Speciaalbier, Speciaal Speciaalbier, Speciaal, Cuvée Speciaalbier, Tripel Speciaalbier, Tripel, Grand Cru Speciaalbier, Vijg Spontane Gistingsbier Stout Tafelbier Tafelbier, Dubbel Tafelbier, Speciaal Tafelbier, Tripel Tarwebier Tarwebier, Aardbei Tarwebier, Abdijbier Tarwebier, Dubbel Tarwebier, Tripel Tarwebok Traditionele Geuze Traditionele Geuze, Druif Traditionele Geuze, Framboos Traditionele Geuze, Kriek Trappist Trappist, Dubbel Trappist, Enkel Trappist, Quadrupel Trappist, Speciaal Trappist, Tripel Tripel Vlaams Oud Bruin Vlaams Oud Bruin, Dubbel Vlaams Oud Bruin, Framboos Vlaams Oud Bruin, Kriek Vlaams Oud Bruin, Tripel Witbier Witbier, Dubbel

Biertypengids Derek Walsh (2002)

Het boek Biertypengids van Derek Walsh is een referentiegids voor bierliefhebbers, keurmeesters en brouwers.

Alt Amber-Red (American) Barley Wine Barley Wine (Pale) Berliner Weisse (D) Bières de Garde ambrée (F) Bitter (Ordinary & Best (GB)) Blond(e) Bo(c)kbier Brown Ale California Steam (USA) Dark Lager Dortmunder (Strong) Dortmunder Export (D) Dubbel (B) Dubbelbo(c)k Dubbelbock (Licht) Eisbock/IJsbok Faro (B) Frambozen-Lambi(e)k (Oude (B)) G(u)euze-Lambi(e)k (Oude (B)) India Pale Ale Irish Red Ale (IRL) Kölsch Kriek-Lambi(e)k (Oude (B)) Lambi(e)k (Oude (B)) Märzen & Oktoberfest (D) Meibo(c)k & Blonde Bo(c)k Mild Ale (Dark) Münchener Dunkles Münchener Helles (D) Old Ale Oud Bruin (NL) Pale Ale (American) Pale Ale (Belgisch) Pale Ale/Strong Bitter (GB) Pils(ener) Pilsener (Urtyp) Porter (Brown) Porter (Robust) Quadrupel Rauch(rook)bier Saison (B) Saison (Sterke) Schwarz Scotch Ale (Strong) Scotch Export Ale (SCO) Steinbier Sterke Blonde Stout (Export) Stout (Imperial Russian) Stout (Irish Dry (IRL)) Stout (Milk) Stout (Oatmeal) Tripel Vienna (A) Vlaams Bruin (B) Vlaams Bruin (Sterk) Vlaams Rood Weizen (D) Weizen (Dunkel (D)) Weizendoppelbock/Weizenbock Witbier

Verloren Bieren van Nederland (2017)

In het boek Verloren Bieren van Nederland van Roel Mulder worden een aantal historische biertypen beschreven.

Beijersch Extra Stout Gerstebier Gruitbier Hollandsche Ale Hooibouwbier Hoppenbier Kluin Koninginnebier Kuit Luiks Maastrichts Oud Minnebier Mol Nieuwlicht Oost-Indisch Oud Bruin Paulus Jonas Princessebier

Dat Smaakt Naar Bier (2017)

De indeling van Dat Smaakt Naar Bier focust op smaakcategorie, en is dus een totaal andere indeling dan op biertype.

Amber & Elegant Blond & Krachtig Donker & Rijk Fris & Fruitig Intens & Uitdagend Soepel & Subtiel

Untappd

Untappd - 1 januari 2022

De biertypen in gebruik bij Untappd worden regelmatig uitgebreid en verfijnd.

Untappd - 1 juli 2022

New Styles Added

  • Bitter - Best
  • IPA - Cold
  • Lager - Leichtbier
  • Lager - Mexican
  • Lambic - Other
  • Mead - Session / Short
  • Pale Ale - XPA (Extra Pale)
  • Sorghum / Millet Beer
  • Ukrainian Golden Ale

Renamed Styles

  • Extra Special/Strong Bitter → Bitter - Extra Special / Strong (ESB)
  • English Bitter → Bitter - Session / Ordinary
  • Hard Kombucha → Hard Kombucha / Jun
  • IPA - International → IPA - Other
  • IPA - White → IPA - White / Wheat
  • Pale Ale - International → Pale Ale - Other
  • Stout - Imperial / Double White → Stout - Imperial / Double White / Golden
  • Stout - White → Stout - White / Golden

Reorganized and New* Styles

New Non-Alcoholic Parent Style

  • Non-Alcoholic Beer → Non-Alcoholic Beer - Other
  • Non-Alcoholic Beer - IPA*
  • Non-Alcoholic Beer - Lager*
  • Non-Alcoholic Beer - Pale Ale*
  • Non-Alcoholic Beer - Porter / Stout*
  • Non-Alcoholic Beer - Shandy / Radler*
  • Non-Alcoholic Beer - Sour*
  • Non-Alcoholic Beer - Wheat Beer*
  • Non-Alcoholic Mead*
  • Non-Alcoholic Cider / Perry*

New Historical Beer Parent Style

  • Adambier → Historical Beer - Adambier
  • Historical Beer - Berliner Braunbier*
  • Burton Ale → Historical Beer - Burton Ale
  • Dampfbier → Historical Beer - Dampfbier
  • Gruit / Ancient Herbed Ale → Historical Beer - Gruit / Ancient Herbed Ale
  • Kentucky Common → Historical Beer - Kentucky Common
  • Historical Beer - Kottbusser*
  • Lichtenhainer → Historical Beer - Lichtenhainer
  • Mumme → Historical Beer - Mumme
  • Steinbier → Historical Beer - Steinbier
  • Zoigl → Historical Beer - Zoigl

(Bron: https://updates.untappd.com/)

Untappd - 1 april 2023

New Styles Added

  • Historical Beer - Broyhan
  • Historical Beer - Kuit / Kuyt / Koyt
  • Lager - Other
  • Lager - Amber / Red
  • Pilsner - New Zealand
  • Golden Ale - American
  • Golden Ale - English
  • IPA - Fruited
  • Stout - Belgian

Renamed Styles

  • Pilsner - Czech → Pilsner - Czech / Bohemian
  • Golden Ale → Golden Ale - Other
  • Ukrainian Golden Ale → Golden Ale - Ukrainian
  • Cider - Perry → Cider - Perry / Poiré

Merged Styles

  • Lager - Red & Lager - Amber → Lager - Amber/Red

Resurrected Styles

  • IPA - Brown

(Bron: https://updates.untappd.com/)

Untappd - 1 januari 2024

New Styles Added

  • Altbier - Sticke: Sticke is a stronger, specialty German beer style from Düsseldorf. Known for its higher alcohol content (usually 6-7.5% ABV), a rich malt sweetness with caramel and toffee notes, and a hop balance, Sticke beers are typically available seasonally, offering a unique twist on the classic Altbier. Sticke beers have a deep copper to dark brown color, and they showcase a blend of malt and hop flavors with a clean ale yeast fermentation. They are highly regarded in the Düsseldorf region for their complex and well-balanced profile. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Cider - Applewine: A style of cider with a higher ABV, achieved by fermenting fruit pulp instead of juice, often with added sugar. This leads to a more potent final product with more pronounced flavors. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Cider - Basque: Basque cider is an apple cider originating from the Basque region of Europe, where it is served at sagardotegi (cider houses). Known locally as Sagardoa, this cider is flat (non-carbonated) and poured from bottles at height. Apple harvesting starts in September and October to prepare the raw materials for barrel fermentation before the cider ferments up to the middle of spring. Spontaneous fermentation is the preferred way to produce the Basque style of cider, as opposed to using commercial yeast. (Source: Wikipedia)
  • Cream Ale - Imperial / Double: A twist on traditional American cream ales, the imperial versions take the silky base of the lager/ale hybrid style and turn up the flavor and ABV. While standard cream ales are rarely adjuncted, imperial cream ales are almost always full of added ingredients such as coffee, chocolate, vanilla, or fruit, and some breweries will even barrel-age their version. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Farmhouse Ale - Brett: Any farmhouse ale fermented with Brettanomyces or a mixture of Brettanomyces and other yeasts. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Farmhouse Ale - Kornøl: A traditional beer from northwestern Norway, Kornøl is pale, hazy, sweet, fruity, and typically features juniper and kveik flavors. It's known for its grainy, juniper, and fruity flavors, with light carbonation and an alcohol strength of 6-8% ABV. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Lager - American Pre-Prohibition: A rediscovery of a pre-Prohibition beer style in the U.S., this lager includes adjuncts like corn, rice, or sugar and hopped with domestic and imported hops. It's darker than modern American lagers, with robust bitterness and a hoppy character. (Source: BYO Article)
  • Lager - Polotmavé (Czech Amber): An amber lager from Czechia with a malt-driven profile and varying hop character, polomavé flavors range from bready and biscuity to caramelly. These Czech lagers are distinguished by their slightly fuller body and more complex flavor profile. (Source: BJCP)
  • Lager - Rotbier: Nürnberger Rotbier, a traditional German beer from Nuremberg, is known for its reddish hue and rich malt-forward taste, featuring caramel, toffee, and nutty notes. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Lager - Smoked: A lager made with a portion of smoked malts. The base style can vary, including pale lager, Helles, Pilsner, or other lager styles. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Lager - Světlé (Czech Pale): A light-bodied, refreshing, hoppy, and bitter pale Czech lager with flavors similar to the stronger Czech Premium Pale Lager but in a lower alcohol, lighter-bodied format. (Source: BJCP)
  • Lager - Tmavé (Czech Dark): Rich, dark, malty Czech lagers with a roast character ranging from almost absent to quite prominent, offering an interesting and complex flavor profile. (Source: BJCP)
  • Makgeolli: Makgeolli is a Korean alcoholic drink. It is a milky, off-white, and lightly sparkling rice wine that has a slight viscosity, and tastes slightly sweet, tangy, bitter, and astringent. (Source: wikipedia)
  • Pale Ale - Fruited
  • Porter - Smoked: A dark beer with a significant roasted malt character and a smoky depth thanks to wood-smoked malt. Different woods lend different flavors to the finished product. (Source: CraftBeer)
  • Sour - Catharina: Originating from Santa Catarina, Brazil, Catharina Sour is known for using fresh fruits that dominate the beer's flavor and aroma, including Brazilian fruits like jabuticaba and acerola cherry. (Source: Catharina Sour)
  • Sour - Tomato / Vegetable Gose: A variation of the classic Gose with the addition of tomatoes or other vegetables, popular in Eastern Europe. It can mimic popular cocktails or soups, and the tomato component is added during fermentation. (Source: Moderator Crafted)
  • Wheat Beer - Fruited

Renamed Styles

  • Altbier → Altbier - Traditional
  • Old Ale → Old / Stock Ale
    Old / Stock Ales undergo aging, often for years, contributing to a rich, wine-like, sweet oxidation character. They are copper-red to very dark in color. Historically, stock ales were very strong and used for blending to add an "old" quality and perhaps acidity. (Source: Beer and Brewing, Wikipedia)
  • Golden Ale - American → Blonde / Golden Ale - American
  • Golden Ale - English → Blonde / Golden Ale - English
  • Golden Ale - Other → Blonde / Golden Ale - Other
  • Cider - Ice / Applewine → Cider - Ice
    Ice cider can be made in two ways, either by cryoconcentration or cryoextraction. Most ice ciders are made by cryoconcentration, meaning apples are harvested in the fall and pressed, and the juice is put outside to freeze during the colder months. Cryoextraction involves leaving apples on the trees during the height of winter and placing them at the mercy of the elements so that the fruit is frozen and dried. They are then picked during this period when the temperatures usually range from -8 °C to 15°C. The extreme weather ensures the apples remain frozen during pressing. Once pressed, the juice is fermented at a low temperature for approximately eight months. (Source: Wikipedia)

Merged Styles

  • Merge Blonde Ale into Blonde / Golden Ale - Other

Description Updates

  • IPA - White / Wheat: Description remains the same, source updated. (Source: BJCP)
  • IPA - Red: The Red IPA is reddish-amber to dark reddish-copper colored, hoppy, bitter, and moderately strong, with caramel, toffee, and dark fruit malt character. (Source: RateBeer)
  • Pilsner - Imperial/Double: The Imperial Pilsner is a crisp, clean, medium-bodied, gold-colored lager with a pronounced malt profile and bitterness and higher alcohol content. (Source: RateBeer)
  • Strong Ale - American: Description remains the same, source updated. (Source: BJCP)

(Bron: https://untappd.com/blog)

Altbier - Traditional Australian Sparkling Ale Barleywine - American Barleywine - English Barleywine - Other Belgian Blonde Belgian Dubbel Belgian Enkel / Patersbier Belgian Quadrupel Belgian Strong Dark Ale Belgian Strong Golden Ale Belgian Tripel Bière de Champagne / Bière Brut Bitter - Best Bitter - Extra Special / Strong (ESB) Bitter - Session / Ordinary Black & Tan Blonde / Golden Ale - Other Bock - Doppelbock Bock - Eisbock Bock - Hell / Maibock / Lentebock Bock - Single / Traditional Bock - Weizenbock Bock - Weizendoppelbock Brett Beer Brown Ale - American Brown Ale - Belgian Brown Ale - English Brown Ale - Imperial / Double Brown Ale - Other California Common Chilli / Chile Beer Cider - Graf Corn Beer / Chicha de Jora Cream Ale Dark Ale Farmhouse Ale - Bière de Coupage Farmhouse Ale - Bière de Garde Farmhouse Ale - Bière de Mars Farmhouse Ale - Grisette Farmhouse Ale - Other Farmhouse Ale - Sahti Farmhouse Ale - Saison Festbier Flavored Malt Beverage Freeze-Distilled Beer Fruit Beer Gluten-Free Golden Ale - Ukrainian Grape Ale - Italian Grape Ale - Other Grodziskie / Grätzer Happoshu Hard Ginger Beer Historical Beer - Adambier Historical Beer - Berliner Braunbier Historical Beer - Burton Ale Historical Beer - Dampfbier Historical Beer - Gruit / Ancient Herbed Ale Historical Beer - Kentucky Common Historical Beer - Kottbusser Historical Beer - Lichtenhainer Historical Beer - Mumme Historical Beer - Other Historical Beer - Steinbier Historical Beer - Zoigl Honey Beer IPA - American IPA - Belgian IPA - Black / Cascadian Dark Ale IPA - Brett IPA - Brut IPA - Cold IPA - English IPA - Farmhouse IPA - Imperial / Double IPA - Imperial / Double Black IPA - Imperial / Double Milkshake IPA - Imperial / Double New England / Hazy IPA - Milkshake IPA - New England / Hazy IPA - New Zealand IPA - Other IPA - Quadruple IPA - Red IPA - Rye IPA - Session IPA - Sour IPA - Triple IPA - Triple New England / Hazy IPA - White / Wheat Kellerbier / Zwickelbier Koji / Ginjo Beer Kölsch Kvass Lager - American Lager - American Amber / Red Lager - American Light Lager - Dark Lager - Dortmunder / Export Lager - Helles Lager - IPL (India Pale Lager) Lager - Leichtbier Lager - Mexican Lager - Munich Dunkel Lager - Pale Lager - Strong Lager - Vienna Lager - Winter Lager - Japanese Rice Lambic - Faro Lambic - Framboise Lambic - Fruit Lambic - Gueuze Lambic - Kriek Lambic - Other Lambic - Traditional Malt Beer Märzen Mead - Braggot Mild - Light Mild - Other Mild Ale - Dark Non-Alcoholic Beer - IPA Non-Alcoholic Beer - Lager Non-Alcoholic Beer - Other Non-Alcoholic Beer - Pale Ale Non-Alcoholic Beer - Porter / Stout Non-Alcoholic Beer - Shandy / Radler Non-Alcoholic Beer - Sour Non-Alcoholic Beer - Wheat Beer Old / Stock Ale Other Pale Ale - American Pale Ale - Australian Pale Ale - Belgian Pale Ale - English Pale Ale - Milkshake Pale Ale - New England / Hazy Pale Ale - New Zealand Pale Ale - Other Pale Ale - XPA (Extra Pale) Pilsner - Czech / Bohemian Pilsner - German Pilsner - Imperial / Double Pilsner - Italian Pilsner - Other Porter - American Porter - Baltic Porter - Coffee Porter - English Porter - Imperial / Double Porter - Imperial / Double Baltic Porter - Imperial / Double Coffee Porter - Other Pumpkin / Yam Beer Rauchbier Red Ale - American Amber / Red Red Ale - Imperial / Double Red Ale - Irish Red Ale - Other Roggenbier Rye Beer Rye Wine Schwarzbier Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy Scottish Ale Scottish Export Ale Shandy / Radler Smoked Beer Sorghum / Millet Beer Sour - Berliner Weisse Sour - Flanders Oud Bruin Sour - Flanders Red Ale Sour - Fruited Sour - Fruited Berliner Weisse Sour - Fruited Gose Sour - Other Sour - Other Gose Sour - Smoothie / Pastry Sour - Traditional Gose Specialty Grain Spiced / Herbed Beer Stout - American Stout - Coffee Stout - English Stout - Foreign / Export Stout - Imperial / Double Stout - Imperial / Double Coffee Stout - Imperial / Double Milk Stout - Imperial / Double Oatmeal Stout - Imperial / Double Pastry Stout - Imperial / Double White / Golden Stout - Irish Dry Stout - Milk / Sweet Stout - Oatmeal Stout - Other Stout - Oyster Stout - Pastry Stout - Russian Imperial Stout - White / Golden Strong Ale - American Strong Ale - English Strong Ale - Other Table Beer Traditional Ale Wheat Beer - American Pale Wheat Wheat Beer - Dunkelweizen Wheat Beer - Hefeweizen Wheat Beer - Hefeweizen Light / Leicht Wheat Beer - Hopfenweisse Wheat Beer - Kristallweizen Wheat Beer - Other Wheat Beer - Wheat Wine Wheat Beer - Witbier / Blanche Wild Ale - American Wild Ale - Other Winter Ale Winter Warmer

Brewers Association

2021 Brewers Association Beer Style Guidelines

Bron: Brewers Association Beer Style Guidelines

Adambier Aged Beer American-Belgo-Style Ale American-Style Amber Lager American-Style Amber/Red Ale American-Style Barley Wine Ale American-Style Black Ale American-Style Brown Ale American-Style Cream Ale American-Style Dark Lager American-Style Fruit Beer American-Style Fruited Sour Ale American-Style Imperial or Double India Pale American-Style Imperial Porter American-Style Imperial Stout American-Style India Pale Ale American-Style India Pale Lager American-Style Lager American-Style Light Lager American-Style Maerzen/Oktoberfest American-Style Malt Liquor American-Style Pale Ale American-Style Pilsener American-Style Sour Ale American-Style Stout American-Style Strong Pale Ale American-Style Wheat Beer American-Style Wheat Wine Ale Australasian, Latin American or Tropical-Styl Australian-Style Pale Ale Baltic-Style Porter Bamberg-Style Bock Rauchbier Bamberg-Style Helles Rauchbier Bamberg-Style Maerzen Rauchbier Bamberg-Style Weiss Rauchbier Belgian-Style Blonde Ale Belgian-Style Dubbel Belgian-Style Flanders Oud Bruin or Oud Red A Belgian-Style Fruit Beer Belgian-Style Fruit Lambic Belgian-Style Lambic Belgian-Style Quadrupel Belgian-Style Session Ale Belgian-Style Speciale Belge Belgian-Style Strong Blonde Ale Belgian-Style Strong Dark Ale Belgian-Style Table Beer Belgian-Style Tripel Belgian-Style Witbier Berliner-Style Weisse Bohemian-Style Pilsener Breslau-Style Schoeps Brett Beer British-Style Barley Wine Ale British-Style Imperial Stout Brown Porter California Common Beer Chili Pepper Beer Chocolate or Cocoa Beer Classic Australian-Style Pale Ale Classic English-Style Pale Ale Classic French & Belgian-Style Saison Classic Irish-Style Dry Stout Coffee Beer Contemporary American-Style Lager Contemporary American-Style Light Lager Contemporary American-Style Pilsener Contemporary Belgian-Style Spontaneous Fermen Contemporary-Style Gose Dortmunder/European-Style Export Double Hoppy Red Ale Dutch-Style Kuit, Kuyt or Koyt English-Style Brown Ale English-Style Dark Mild Ale English-Style India Pale Ale English-Style Pale Mild Ale English-Style Summer Ale European-Style Dark Lager Experimental Beer Experimental India Pale Ale Export-Style Stout Extra Special Bitter Field Beer Finnish-Style Sahti Franconian-Style Rotbier French-Style Bière de Garde Fresh Hop Beer Fruit Wheat Beer German-Style Altbier German-Style Doppelbock German-Style Eisbock German-Style Heller Bock/Maibock German-Style Koelsch German-Style Leichtbier German-Style Leichtes Weizen German-Style Maerzen German-Style Oktoberfest/Wiesn German-Style Pilsener German-Style Rye Ale German-Style Schwarzbier Ginjo Beer or Sake-Yeast Beer Gluten-Free Beer Golden or Blonde Ale Grodziskie Herb and Spice Beer Historical Beer Imperial Red Ale International-Style Pale Ale International-Style Pilsener Irish-Style Red Ale Juicy or Hazy Imperial or Double India Pale A Juicy or Hazy India Pale Ale Juicy or Hazy Pale Ale Juicy or Hazy Strong Pale Ale Kellerbier or Zwickelbier Kentucky Common Beer Leipzig-Style Gose Mixed-Culture Brett Beer Munich-Style Dunkel Munich-Style Helles New Zealand-Style India Pale Ale New Zealand-Style Pale Ale Non-Alcohol Malt Beverage Oatmeal Stout Old Ale Ordinary Bitter Other Belgian-Style Ale Other Strong Ale or Lager Pumpkin Spice Beer Pumpkin/Squash Beer Robust Porter Rye Beer Scotch Ale or Wee Heavy Scottish-Style Export Ale Scottish-Style Heavy Ale Scottish-Style Light Ale Session Beer Session India Pale Ale Smoke Beer Smoke Porter South German-Style Bernsteinfarbenes Weizen South German-Style Dunkel Weizen South German-Style Hefeweizen South German-Style Kristal Weizen South German-Style Weizenbock Special Bitter or Best Bitter Specialty Beer Specialty Honey Beer Specialty Saison Strong Ale Swedish-Style Gotlandsdricke Sweet Stout or Cream Stout Traditional Belgian-Style Gueuze Traditional German-Style Bock Vienna-Style Lager Wild Beer Wood- and Barrel-Aged Beer Wood- and Barrel-Aged Sour Beer

European Beer Star

2022

Bron Categories - European Beer Star (european-beer-star.com)

Alt Austrian-Style Märzen Beer with alternative Cereals Belgian-Style Blond Ale Belgian-Style Dubbel Belgian-Style Oude Geuze and Oude Lambic Belgian-Style Saison Belgian-Style Strong Blond Ale Belgian-Style Strong Dark Ale Belgian-Style Tripel Belgian-Style Witbier Bohemian-Style Dark Lager Bohemian-Style Pale Lager (Ležák) Bohemian-Style Session Lager (Výcepní) English-Style Bitter English-Style Golden Ale English-Style Porter English-Style Strong Ale Flavoured or Pastry Stout Free-Style Beer Fruit Beer German-Style Dunkel German-Style Dunkler Bock German-Style Dunkler Doppelbock German-Style Export German-Style Festbier German-Style Heller Bock German-Style Heller Doppelbock German-Style Helles German-Style Kellerbier Dunkel German-Style Kellerbier Hell German-Style Kellerpils German-Style Leichtbier German-Style Märzen German-Style Pilsner German-Style Schwarzbier Herb and Spice Beer Honey Beer Imperial India Pale Ale Imperial Stout International-Style Lager Italian Grape Ale New-Style Hefeweizen New-Style India Pale Ale New-Style Lager New-Style Non-Alcoholic Ale New-Style Non-Alcoholic Lager New-Style Pale Ale New-Style Saison Non-Alcoholic Hefeweizen Non-Alcoholic Lager Red Ale Session Beer Smoke Beer Smoke Beer Franconian-Style Sour and Fruit Sour Beer South German-Style Hefeweizen Bernsteinfarben South German-Style Hefeweizen Dunkel South German-Style Hefeweizen Hell South German-Style Kristallweizen South German-Style Leichtes Weizen South German-Style Weizenbock Dunkel South German-Style Weizenbock Hell Specialty India Pale Ale Stout Strong Porter Strong Smoke Beer Traditional India Pale Ale Traditional Style Pale Ale Ultra Strong Beer Vienna-Style Lager Wood and Barrel Aged Sour Beer Wood and Barrel Aged Strong Beer

World Beer Cup

2022

Zie: Beer Styles - World Beer Cup.


European Beer Consumers Union (EBCU)

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