6. BITTER ALE

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6.1. Australian Bitter Ale

A crisp, light flavoured, thirst-quenching Bitter, ideally suited to a hot climate. Traditionally served well chilled and highly carbonated,...

6.2. British Golden Ale

A hop-forward, average-strength to moderately-strong pale bitter. Drinkability and a refreshing quality are critical components of the style....

6.3. Best Bitter

A flavourful, yet refreshing, session beer. Some examples can be more malt balanced, but this should not override the overall bitter impression....

6.4. American Amber Ale

An amber, hoppy, moderate-strength American craft beer with a caramel malty flavour. The balance can vary quite a bit, with some versions being...

6.5. Altbier

A well-balanced, well-attenuated, bitter yet malty, clean, and smooth, amberto copper-coloured German beer. The bitterness is balanced by the malt...

6.6. Strong Bitter

An average-strength to moderately-strong British bitter ale. The balance may be fairly even between malt and hops to somewhat bitter. Drinkability is...

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