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Old 12-04-2012, 11:57 AM   #1
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Default Beer serving temperatures ....

Found after asking a lot I found this and wanted to share since I am sure I am not the only one who wondered why some beers are served so darn cold while others are just nice.



Very cold (0-4C/32-39F): Any beer you don’t actually want to taste. Pale Lager, Malt Liquor, Canadian-style Golden Ale and Cream Ale, Low Alcohol, Canadian, American or Scandinavian-style Cider.



Cold (4-7C/39-45F): Hefeweizen, Kristalweizen, Kölsch, Premium Lager, Pilsner, Classic German Pilsner, Fruit Beer, brewpub-style Golden Ale, European Strong Lager, Berliner Weisse, Belgian White, American Dark Lager, sweetened Fruit Lambics and Gueuzes, Duvel-types



Cool (8-12C/45-54F): American Pale Ale, Amber Ale, California Common, Dunkelweizen, Sweet Stout, Stout, Dry Stout, Porter, English-style Golden Ale, unsweetened Fruit Lambics and Gueuzes, Faro, Belgian Ale, Bohemian Pilsner, Dunkel, Dortmunder/Helles, Vienna, Schwarzbier, Smoked, Altbier, Tripel, Irish Ale, French or Spanish-style Cider



Cellar (12-14C/54-57F): Bitter, Premium Bitter, Brown Ale, India Pale Ale, English Pale Ale, English Strong Ale, Old Ale, Saison, Unblended Lambic, Flemish Sour Ale, Bière de Garde, Baltic Porter, Abbey Dubbel, Belgian Strong Ale, Weizen Bock, Bock, Foreign Stout, Zwickel/Keller/Landbier, Scottish Ale, Scotch Ale, American Strong Ale, Mild, English-style Cider



Warm (14-16C/57-61F): Barley Wine, Abt/Quadrupel, Imperial Stout, Imperial/Double IPA, Doppelbock, Eisbock, Mead



Hot (70C/158F): Quelque Chose, Liefmans Glühkriek, dark, spiced winter ales like Daleside Morocco Ale.

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I have been enjoying my batch of Deception Cream Stout. About a week ago, I happened to grab a bottle of Coffee Stout made by the New Glarus Brewery. On the label, the brewmaster, Dan Carey, encouraged drinkers to try it at cool room temperature. I did that and it sure was tasty. Then, I had one of my Deception Cream Stout's at cool room temperature...WOW! What a fantastic difference! And last night, I enjoyed a glass of my Oatmeal Stout at cool room temperature! What I learned is that different styles of beer need to be served at the proper temperature for the full effect.

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I agree..all brew is delicious if served in the right temperatures and even correct glassware

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