a) Specialty and Experimental Beer
Any ale or lager brewed using unusual techniques and/or ingredients other than (or in addition to) malted barley as a unique contribution to the overall character of the beer.
Examples of specialty beers include (but are not limited to)
beers brewed with honey, maple sap or syrup; worts heated with white-hot stones (Steinbier); and low- or non-alcoholic beers.
Examples do not include the use of fruit or herbs, although they can be used to add to the character of other ingredients.
b) Classic-Style Specialty Beer|
Any classic ale or lager to which special ingredients have been added or a special process has been used.
Examples include honey Pilsener, maple porter, sorghum stout, pumpkin pale ale.
Brewer to specify classic style.