American term for very pale ale. Usually a golden ale blended with a lager.
A very mild, sweetish, pale-golden to golden beer with a hint of fruitiness, fermented at warm temperatures with either "true" ale yeast or hybrid/lager yeast. Made in the North America as a response to the public's increasing desire for lager. A sociable brew. Serve at 45-50F; 7-10C.
an adaptation of the American light lager style, chiefly involving fermentation of the beer as an ale followed by a period of cold conditioning
A mild, sweet ale, made in the US.
is a blend of top- and bottom-fermented beers. It is typically sweet and lightly hopped.
An American style, blending pale golden, mild, light-bodied ale and lager.
USUALLY A BLEND OF LAYERED BEER AND ALE.
Cream ale is a BJCP beer style which describes an American beer resembling a Kolsch, as well as a beer served with nitrogen.