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Beer Guide

20. Smoked Beer

a) Bamberg-Style Rauchbier

  • Rauchbier should have smoky characters prevalent in the aroma and flavor.
  • The beer is generally toasted malty sweet and full bodied with low to medium hop bitterness.
  • "Noble-type" hop flavor is low, but perceptible.
  • Low "Noble-type" hop aroma is optional.
  • The aroma should strike a balance between malt, hop and smoke.
  • Fruity esters, diacetyl and chill haze should not be perceived.
  • b) Classic-Style Smoked Beer

  • Any classic style of beer can be smoked.
  • The goal is to reach a balance between the style's character and the smoky properties.
  • c) Other Smoked Beer

  • Any beer to which smoke flavors have been added.
  • ALE: Barley Wine | Belgian and French Ale | Belgian-Style Lambic | Mild and Brown Ale | English-Style Pale Ale | American-Style Ale | English Bitter | Scottish Ale | Porter | English/Scottish Strong Ale | Stout
    LAGER: Bock | German Dark Lager | German Light Lager | Classic Pilsener | American Lager | Vienna/Mrzen/Oktoberfest
    HYBRID/ MIXED: German-Style Ale | German-style Wheat Beer | Smoked Beer | Fruit and Vegetable Beer | Herb and Spice Beer | Specialty and Experimental Beer | California Common Beer

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