Anchor Brewery has an interesting story about the history of pale ale, and specifically their Liberty Ale (one of my favorite beers) entitled The Tale of Pale Ale . Be sure to read Bob Brewer’s answer to whether Liberty Ale is a pale ale or an IPA.
Today’s infographic is entitled The Beer Breakdown to shows some of the basic differences between ales and lagers, some examples and the brewing process. It was created by Chloe Hoeg for an illustration class she took at Ohio University, where she graduated from in 2012.
Today’s infographic, The ABCs of Beer, was created by graphic designer Lise Statelman who works for Kloudless in Berkeley, California. She made this poster in 2011, while still a student, “displaying 60 styles of beer organized into 5 categories with their respective color and bitterness ranges, alcohol content, and country of origin.”
Today’s infographic is a Venn Diagram showing the basic divisions in beer styles, created by A Drinker’s Guide to Beer. I might have preferred “hybrid styles” to “mixed,” but it’s an interesting way to show that some varieties are neither an ale or a lager, but share elements of both.
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.