BJCP STYLE GUIDELINES 2010 PDF

Fruity esters are acceptable. Diacetyl is usually absent in these beers but may be present at low levels. Body: Low to medium Additional notes: When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may choose to create subcategories which reflect English and American hop character. Body: Medium Additional notes: When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may choose to create subcategories which reflect English and American hop character. The overall impression is refreshing and thirst quenching. Body: Medium Additional notes: Entries in this subcategory exhibit hop aroma and flavor attributes typical of traditional English hop varieties.

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Fruity esters are acceptable. Diacetyl is usually absent in these beers but may be present at low levels. Body: Low to medium Additional notes: When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may choose to create subcategories which reflect English and American hop character.

Body: Medium Additional notes: When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may choose to create subcategories which reflect English and American hop character. The overall impression is refreshing and thirst quenching.

Body: Medium Additional notes: Entries in this subcategory exhibit hop aroma and flavor attributes typical of traditional English hop varieties. When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may choose to create subcategories which reflect English and American hop character.

Bottled versions may contain higher amounts of carbon dioxide than is typical for lightly carbonated draft versions. Fruity esters, if present, are low. Body: Low Additional notes: These beers differ significantly from Scotch Ale, especially regarding original gravity, alcohol content and malt attributes. While there are conflicting theories as to whether traditional Scottish Light Ale exhibited peat smoke character, the current marketplace offers many examples with peat smoke character present at low to medium-low levels.

Peat smoke attributes may be absent or present at low to medium-low levels. Versions exhibiting higher levels of smoke character are categorized as Smoke Beer. When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may create subcategories which reflect groups of entries based on presence or absence of peat smoke-derived attributes.

The style exhibits a medium degree of sweet malt and caramel. The overall impression is smooth and balanced. Body: Medium with a soft chewy character Additional notes: These beers differ significantly from Scotch Ale, especially regarding original gravity, alcohol content and malt attributes. While there are conflicting theories as to whether traditional Scottish Heavy Ale exhibited peat smoke character, the current marketplace offers many examples with peat smoke character present at low to medium-low levels.

Yeast attributes such as diacetyl and sulfur are acceptable at very low levels. Body: Medium Additional notes: These beers differ significantly from Scotch Ale, especially regarding original gravity, alcohol content and malt attributes. While there are conflicting theories as to whether traditional Scottish Export Ale exhibited peat smoke character, the current marketplace offers many examples with peat smoke character present at low to medium-low levels.

Malt attributes such as biscuity or low levels of caramel are present. Perceived Bitterness: Medium-low to medium Fermentation Characteristics: Mild carbonation traditionally characterizes draft-cask versions, but in bottled versions, a slight increase in carbon dioxide content is acceptable. Fruity esters are low to medium. Diacetyl and DMS should not be present. Low caramel character is allowable. While English hop character should be present, this can result from the skillful use of hops of other origin.

Perceived Bitterness: Medium-low to medium-high Fermentation Characteristics: Fruity esters are medium to medium-high. Diacetyl is usually absent in these beers but may be present at very low levels. Traditional interpretations are characterized by medium to medium-high alcohol content. The use of water with high mineral content results in a crisp, dry beer with a subtle and balanced character of sulfur compounds.

Diacetyl can be absent or may be present at very low levels. Body: Medium Additional notes: Non-English hops may be used for bitterness or for approximating traditional English hop character. The use of water with high mineral content may result in a crisp, dry beer rather than a malt-accentuated version. Very low levels of roast malt may be present.

Fermentation Characteristics: Rich, often sweet and complex fruity ester attributes can contribute to the profile of Strong Ales. Alcohol types can be varied and complex. Body: Medium to full Additional notes: When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may choose to split this category into subcategories which reflect strong and very strong versions.

Old Ales have malt and sometimes caramel sweetness. A distinctive quality of Old Ales is that they undergo an aging process, often for years. Aging can occur on their yeast either in bulk storage or through conditioning in the bottle.

This contributes to a rich, wine-like and often sweet oxidized character. Complex estery attributes may also emerge. Body: Medium to full Additional notes: Low level attributes typical of wood aging such as vanilla are acceptable. When using these guidelines as the basis for evaluating entries at competitions, competition organizers may choose to split this category into subcategories which reflect strong and very strong versions, or historic and modern versions.

Fruity esters are very low to medium-low. Malt profile can range from dry to sweet. May have red tint. Clarity: Beer color may be too dark to perceive clarity.

When clarity is perceivable, chill haze is acceptable at low temperatures. Caramel and chocolate attributes are acceptable. Strong roast barley or strong burnt or black malt character should not be present. Malty sweetness, roast malt, cocoa and caramel should be in harmony with bitterness from dark malts.

Diacetyl should not be present. Low to medium-low roasted malt-derived bitterness should be present. Body: Full-bodied.

Body can be increased with the addition of milk sugar lactose. Roasted malt character of caramel or chocolate should be smooth without bitterness.

Fruity esters are not present to very low. Examples exhibiting more prevalent oxidation are categorized as Aged Beer. While there are conflicting theories as to whether traditional Scotch Ales exhibited peat smoke character, the current marketplace offers many examples with peat smoke character present at low to medium levels. Peat smoke attributes may be absent or present at low to medium levels.

Perceived Bitterness: Medium and should not overwhelm the overall balance. The bitterness may be higher in darker versions while maintaining balance with sweet malt. Fermentation Characteristics: High alcohol content is evident. Fruity esters if present are medium to high. English type hops are often used but are not required for this style. Perceived Bitterness: Low to medium Fermentation Characteristics: Complexity of alcohols and fruity ester attributes are often high and balanced with the high alcohol content.

Low levels of diacetyl are acceptable. A toasted malt character should be present and there may be a slight roast barley or roast malt presence.

The hallmark dry-roasted attributes typical of Dry Stout result from the use of roasted barley. Slight acidity may be present but is not required. Fermentation Characteristics: Fruity esters are low. Slight acidity is acceptable. Perceived Bitterness: Low to medium Fermentation Characteristics: Fruity esters may be present at low to medium-low levels.

Hop haze is allowable at any temperature. Low to medium maltiness may include low caramel malt character. Hops with these attributes now also originate from countries other than the U. Perceived Bitterness: Medium to medium-high Fermentation Characteristics: Fruity esters may be low to high. Perceived Bitterness: Low to medium. The impression of bitterness is soft and well-integrated into overall balance and may differ significantly from measured or calculated IBU levels.

Fermentation Characteristics: Medium-low to medium-high fruity esters are present and can contribute to the perception of sweetness and be complementary to the hop profile. Body: Medium-low to medium-high. Perceived silky or full mouthfeel may contribute to overall flavor profile. Additional notes: Grist may include oats, wheat or other adjuncts to promote haziness.

A juicy character is not required, however. Other hop-derived attributes such as citrus, pine, spice, floral or others may be present with or without the presence of juicy attributes. Low level maltiness may include low caramel malt character. Hops with these attributes now also originate from countries other than the USA. Fermentation Characteristics: Medium-low to medium-high fruity esters may be present and can contribute to the perception of sweetness and be complementary to the hop profile.

A silky or full mouthfeel may contribute to overall flavor profile. Perceived Bitterness: Medium-high to very high Fermentation Characteristics: Fruity esters are low to high. Body: Medium-low to medium Additional notes: The use of water with high mineral content may result in a crisp, dry beer rather than a malt-accentuated version.

Sugar adjuncts may be used to enhance body and balance. Hops of varied origins may be used for bitterness or for approximating traditional American character. Versions of this style brewed with darker malts, non-traditional ale yeasts, fruits, spices or other flavorings are categorized as Experimental India Pale Ales. Fermentation Characteristics: Medium to medium-high fruity esters are present, and can contribute to the perception of sweetness and be complementary to the hop profile.

Lactose may be used to enhance body and balance. Lactose should not lend to, or overwhelm, the flavor character of these beers.

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