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Joshua M. Bernstein is the author of The Complete Beer Course (Sterling Epicure, $24.95). You can read more of his writing on his website: http://joshuambernstein.com/
Barley wine, which contains no actual wine, seek a robust partner such as extra-aged gouda or a bold blue.
Märzen, also known as Oktoberfest, originated pre-refrigeration, when brewing season ran strictly from late fall through early spring.
Germany’s sour, salt-sprinkled gose is having a moment
Steam beer, or “California common,” is a thirst-quenching American original that makes a great complement to Asiago and pepper Jack.
Once quaffed by farmhands, this thrillingly refreshing beer style is now beloved by all
Singularly refreshing, American-born cream ale is on the rise again.
Frosty weather brings the freshest IPAs.
Roasty, complex rauchbiers play well with a variety of cheeses
Germany’s cloudy, fragrant hefeweizen is summer’s signature beer—and a friend to goat’s milk cheeses.
Dark, complex, and once beloved around the world, porter is a winter-friendly dark brew that is poised for a comeback
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