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2006 Brewers Association Style Guidelines

Major Style:Ale
Sub-Style Name:Kellerbier (Cellar beer) or Zwickelbier
Origin:German
Description:

Unfiltered and often young, not fully lagered versions of Germanic lager styles of beer such as Münchner-Style Helles and Dunkel, Dortmunder/European-Style Export, Bohemian-style Pilsener and German-style Pilsener.

Kellerbier is noticeably less carbonated and may be noticeably sweeter than it’s filtered, fully attenuated and lagered derivative. They will not be clear, exhibiting a small amount of yeast haze in the appearance. Low to moderately low levels of yeast-generated sulfur compounds will be apparent in aroma and flavor. Dry hopping is acceptable. Head retention may not be optimal. Low levels of acetaldehyde may be apparent.

Alcohol By Weight (by Volume):Varies with style
Bitterness:Varies with style
Colour:Varies with style
Original Gravity:Varies with style
Final Gravity:Varies with style

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