Jueces BJCP
» 16/07/2018 16:47

No se si habeis visto la noticia de Gordon Strong hace poco sobre el adición de 4 nuevos estilos:


Burton Ale: A rich, malty, sweet, and bitter dark ale of moderately strong alcohol. Full bodied and chewy with a balanced hoppy finish and complex malty and hoppy aroma. Fruity notes accentuate the malt richness, while the hops help balance the sweeter finish. Category 17A

New England IPA: An American IPA with intense fruit flavors and aromas, a soft body, and smooth mouthfeel, and often opaque with substantial haze. Less perceived bitterness than traditional IPAs but always massively hop forward. This emphasis on late hopping, especially dry hopping, with hops with tropical fruit qualities lends the specific ‘juicy’ character for which this style is known. Category 21B

Catharina Sour: A light and refreshing wheat ale with a clean lactic sourness that is balanced by a fresh fruit addition. The low bitterness, light body, moderate alcohol content, and moderately high carbonation allow the flavor and aroma of the fruit to be the primary focus of the beer. The fruit is often, but not always, tropical in nature. Category X4

New Zealand Pilsner: A pale, dry, golden-colored, cleanly-fermented beer showcasing the characteristic tropical, citrusy, fruity, grassy New Zealand-type hops. Medium body, soft mouthfeel, and smooth palate and finish, with a neutral to bready malt base provide the support for this very drinkable, refreshing, hop-forward beer. Category X5
» 16/07/2018 18:56
Gracias por compartir!

PS: no me carga la página, se dice cuando se hacen definitivos?
» 16/07/2018 21:01
De lo que he entendido, están "definitivos" hasta el próximo cambio/revisión del BJCP cuando sea.

Lo que dicen en inglés es el siguiente, como solamente cambian lo estilos de A a Z cada 5 años, se añade estilos provisionales hasta la próxima edición para tener más flexibilidad.

"As regenerating the style guidelines is something we only want to do every five years or so, we have created provisional style definitions to address these additions."

P.S: Mejor cambiar el título como están al final definitivos.
» 28/08/2018 19:33
Me gusta mucho eso de la Catharina Sour. Parece ser una Berliner Weisse brasileña algo mas alcoholica y con bien de fruta. Estilo a seguir y espero que con futuro.

https://byo.com/article/catharina-sour- ... ruit-beer/
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