Breweries have been known to insert the words Humulus, Lupulus, or Lupulin to denote an IPA or other hoppy offering

In German, Hefe means “yeast”, and weizen translates to “wheat”.

And while you’re brushing up on your German, doppel is German for double, rauch means smoked, and schwarz means black.

If you see the name of a beer or brewery written in French, it’s fair to venture a guess that the beer may be Belgian-influenced. The breweries and styles themselves often carry French language names. Saison, meaning “season” in French, is a classic example.


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