Today’s infographic is the latest from Pop Chart Lab, this time it’s The Magnificent Multitude of Beer. The poster features “ales and lagers into over 100 delicious styles from hoppy IPAs to fruity lambics, and including over 500 individual beers as notable examples of each style as well as glassware recommendations. The Magnificent Multitude of Beer captures the proud work of hundreds of breweries around the world, clocks in at a staggering 60 inches by 40 inches, and is the perfect finishing touch for your man cave or lady lair.” You can buy the poster for $90 at Pop Chart Lab.
Today’s infographic has no title but the filename is “Handy Beer Flavor Chart.” It apparently was created by the Beer Life, a website that appears to no longer be active. While not entirely accurate, it is at least an interesting and different approach to showing the range of different kinds of beers.
Today’s infographic, since it’s my son Porter’s 12th birthday, is Porter vs. Stout, showing the modern differences between the various types of beer called porter or stout. Historically, it’s well-settled that they were essentially the same beer, but have diverged in recent decades. The poster was created by Ethan John, of Geek Beer, who used BJCP descriptions and info from Ray Daniel’s book Designing Great Beers.
Today’s infographic is entitled The Art of Beer, and was created by Ian Vicknair for Minnesota, presumably as a magazine insert in something called the Star Tribune’s Variety from April of this year. He’s divided it into Popularity, Elements and Beer Styles.