periodic table of beer

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    1. xparxy 53 months ago | reply

      Oh, this is brilliant! Bravo!

    2. chichard41 53 months ago | reply

      Fantastic, something to carry around :D

    3. Allen Garvin 53 months ago | reply

      Apart from some minor styles, the most glaring omission are roggen/rye beers.

      The placement of traditional bock below doppelbock is another slight objection: on average, I'd find doppelbocks darker in color. I guess the lower, lighter range is because sometimes doppelbocks are made as strong helles bocks, but most of the time they're heavier, stronger versions of traditional bocks.

    4. comidademama 53 months ago | reply

      Well done, indeed!

    5. SheyC 53 months ago | reply

      Awesome! Just brilliant!

    6. haelduksf 52 months ago | reply

      Neat!

      A nitpick: it's bière de garde.

    7. katey lady 52 months ago | reply

      Thanks Rivviepop, I was just going to complain about the image being to small to read the numbers.

    8. YoannLeGoff 52 months ago | reply

      I love it.
      too bad I cannot share :D

      Y.

    9. fotogail 45 months ago | reply

      This is awesome -- but sadly based on a poster that is perhaps a decade old. One striking change has been the rise of the Double or Imperial IPA -- and the differentiation of English and American IPA styles.

      Another change is the rise of new sour or "wild" ales. Consider Jolly Pumpkin and Cascadia beers, for just two examples.

      By the way, it's largely based on the work of the Beer Judge Certification Program -- see the most current (and still evolving) official style list here at
      www.bjcp.org/2008styles/catdex.php -- Not as artsy, but even better geeky info.

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