1. LOW ALCOHOL (<4% ABV)


1.1. Light Australian Lager

Light-coloured, clean tasting beer. Low flavour levels make off-flavours obvious. Commercial Examples: Cascade Premium Light

1.2. Scottish Light

A malt-focused, generally caramelly beer with perhaps a few esters and occasionally a butterscotch aftertaste. Hops only to balance and support the...

1.3. London Brown Ale

A luscious, sweet, malt-oriented dark brown ale, with caramel and toffee malt complexity and a sweet finish. Commercial Examples: Harveys Bloomsbury...

1.4. Dark Mild

A dark, low-gravity, malt-focused British session ale readily suited to drinking in quantity. Refreshing, yet flavourful, with a wide range of dark...

1.5. German Leichtbier

A pale, highly-attenuated, light-bodied German lager with lower alcohol and calories than normal-strength beers. Moderately bitter with noticeable...

1.6. Czech Pale Lager

A lighter-bodied, rich, refreshing, hoppy, bitter pale Czech lager having the familiar flavours of the stronger Czech Premium Pale Lager...

1.7. Ordinary Bitter

Low gravity, low alcohol levels, and low carbonation make this an easy-drinking session beer. The malt profile can vary in flavour and intensity, but...

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