Beer Styles

Below is a table of contents listing of the myriad of different beer “Styles” that are commonly excepted throughout the world.

Table of Contents

Dark Lagers
American Amber Lager
German-Style Dunkel
German-Style Marzen/Oktoberfest
German-Style Schwarzbier
Vienna-Style LagerSpecialty Beers
American Black Ale
Barrel-Aged Beer
Chocolate Beer
Coffee Beer
Fruit and Field Beer
Gluten Free
Herb and Spice Beer
Honey Beer
Pumpkin Beer
Rye Beer
Session Beer
Smoke Beer
Specialty Beer

Hybrid Beers
American Cream Ale
French-Style Biere de Garde
California Common
German-Style Brown/Altbier
German-Style Kolsch
Irish-Style Red

Wheat Beers
American-Style Wheat Wine Ale
American Wheat
Belgian-Style Witbier
Berliner-Style Weisse
German-Style Dunkelweizen
German-Style Hefeweizen

Pale Ales
American Amber Ale
American Pale Ale
English-Style Bitter
Blonde Ale
English-Style Pale Ale/ESBIndia Pale Ales
American India Pale Ale/IPA
English-Style India Pale Ale/IPA
Imperial India Pale Ale

Brown Ales
American Brown Ale
English-Style Brown Ale
English-Style Mild
Scottish-Style Ales
Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy
Scottish-Style Ale

German-Style Bock
German-Style Doppelbock
German-Style Maibock
German-Style Weizenbock

American Imperial Porter
Baltic-Style Porter
English-Style Brown Porter
Robust Porter
Smoke Porter

Pilseners and Pale Lagers
American Lager
Bohemian-Style Pilsener
European-Style Export
German-Style Helles
German-Style Pilsener

American Imperial Stout
American Stout
English-Style Oatmeal Stout
English-Style Sweet Stout (Milk Stout)
Irish-Style Dry StoutBelgian Styles
Belgian-Style Blonde Ale
Belgian-Style Dubbel
Belgian-Style Golden Strong Ale
Belgian-Style Pale Ale
Belgian-Style Quadrupel
Belgian-Style Saison
Belgian-Style Tripel

Strong Ales
American Barley Wine
American Imperial Red Ale
British-Style Barley Wine Ale
English-Style Old Ale

Wild/Sour Beers
American Brett
American Sour
Belgian-Style Flanders
Belgian-Style Fruit Lambic
Belgian-Style Lambic/Gueuze
Contemporary Gose