Have you ever wondered the difference between an Ale and a Bock?

Open the “+” sign for the definition of all of the types of beer.

Beer fermented more quickly and at warmer temperatures than lager, with top-fermenting yeast.
A strong, dark German lager, usually brewed for the spring season.
A mild, brown beer, usually low in alcohol.
A sweet, golden American-style beer with a high level of carbonation. Some are fermented with both ale and lager yeasts.
Literally translated, “dark” in German. Dark beer.
Meaning “yeast wheat” in German. An unfiltered wheat beer that is bottle conditioned and cloudy when served.
A fermented beverage made from apples.
(IPA) A very strong, hoppy pale ale, which originated in Britain for export to soldiers in India.
A light, golden German ale, which originated in Cologne.
Fermented more slowly and at cooler temperatures than ale, with bottom-fermenting yeast, and which is then aged for a smooth, clean flavor and aroma.
A Belgian ale that spontaneously ferments with wild yeast in the air in the brewery. It is distinctive for its sour taste and aroma.
A fermented beverage made from honey.
A fruity, milder version of England’s India Pale Ale.
The most imitated style of lager in the world, it was perfected in 1842 in Pilsen, Bohemia. It is pale in color with an assertive hop aroma and is highly carbonated.
An English-style dark ale that was stout’s predecessor. It was first brewed for London laborers.
An English- and Irish-style ale that is opaque black, smooth and creamy. It may be dry or sweet.
Literally, “wheat beer” in German. An ale brewed with between 20 and 60 percent wheat that is often served in the summer.

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