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Willamette Hops

Different countries have different hop varieties that they consider the cornerstones of brewing beer. In the United States, Willamette hops are often considered our pride and joy when it comes to home-grown hops.

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All About the English IPA

IPA beers are hop-forward and have a higher ABV than the traditional Pale Ales that proceeded them. Modern IPAs come in many varieties, including Session, Hazy, Imperial, and the classic English IPA.

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American Pale Ale: All You Need to Know About This Classic American Beer!

A strong contender in the craft beer movement, the amber-colored American Pale Ale is inspired by English pale ale. This crisp, floral, piney drink has a long history and close relation to IPA. But apart from its strong hoppy profile, what else makes this beer a classic in American craft beers? Read on for everything …

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All About German Pilsners

If you’re looking for a delightfully bitter and yet floral aromatic beer, a German pilsner is for you. These are Germany’s version of the original Pilsner brewed in Bohemia in the mid-1800s. Like most of the variations, the German version of the Pilsner is loved for adhering to all the good qualities of the original …

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