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10 Berliner Weisse Craft Beers to Quench Your Summer Thirst!

Berliner Weisse is back in a big way! It seems like every brewery on the block is cranking out some version of this refreshingly tart brew. Pretty wild for a beer style that almost died out over a century ago! Berliner Weisse first appeared in Northern Germany, way back in the 1600s. By the late 1800s, folks all over Berlin couldn’t get enough, and more than 70 breweries produced a version. But just 100 years later, Pilsners and Lagers reigned supreme, and only two breweries in the city continued to make Berliner Weisse. Luckily, a new wave of American craft breweries swooped in to save the day! Now the style is common in craft beer bars and bottleshops across the U.S. With so many to choose from, it can be hard to know where to begin. So, here are 10 can’t-lose Berliner Weisse beers to keep you refreshed this summer!

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Drop the Budweiser and Crush these 10 Craft Pilsners Instead!

If you really want to know how good a brewery is, you HAVE to try their Pilsner. With no adjuncts to hide behind and less hop character than many other styles on the market, this simple, clean beer can reveal any faults or mistakes made along the way. And sure, you probably have a few macro Pils stuffed into your fridge, but those chilly blue mountains and self-proclaimed “King” ain’t got nothin’ on these 10 craft Pilsners.

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Salty, Sweet & Sour: The 10 Best Fruit Flavors to Pair With A Gose

The German Sour Ale known as the Gose is one of the most mispronounced beer styles. It’s also one of the brightest styles in craft. Breweries traditionally make Goses with wheat, barley, coriander, and salt. They top-ferment them using ale yeast as well as lactobacillus for souring.

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Ditch your Cake for these 10 Pastry Stouts

Have a favorite after-dinner treat? There’s a good chance its sweet flavors also come in craft beer form! Here are 10 Pastry Stouts to satisfy every type of dessert craving

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8 of the Most Popular IPA Styles in America

Walk into any beer bar or taproom in the country and you’ll likely see a dozen IPAs on draft. But what exactly is an India Pale Ale? And what’s the difference between a New England Style IPA, a West Coast IPA, and all the other versions? Well, grab your favorite brewski and get ready for a crash course in all things hops!

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