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Old 11-29-2008, 05:12 PM   #1
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There are regular threads based on seasonal brews, when to start them and if it's too late to start in time for x event.

It got me thinking can we get a list together. (I know this has been attempted/done but can't find the link)

*Disclaimer* I am in no way qualified to put a list like this together myself, also I do realise that any style of beer can and should be enjoyed at any time of the year...

One divide I've seen is the popularity of drinks changing by season...

Winter - Spiced beers and Ciders and Heavier Stouts
Spring - Bocks
Summer - Lighter ales and lagers, fruitier wheats
Autumn - Oktoberfest

Some of the aging trends/needs show that...

Quick - Milds and Lower ABV beers
Medium - Most beers most people brew
Long Aging - Lots of alcohol, any additional spices etc

I'll end this with restating that I don't really know what I'm talking about and I would like / expect to be corrected and have additional info added... Please add...

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Tanks You. The first is the one I couldn't find but knew existed. The second is what I wanted...

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