This beer is quite clean. Heineken's blonde pilsner is brewed naturally, without additions. The site says it contains water, barley malt, hops, and Heineken® A-yeast. It's free of GMOs and low in gluten as brewing with barley and no wheat leaves "traces" of gluten.
Sam Adams' founder and CEO Jim Koch travels to Germany each year to oversee the selection of Hallertau Mittelfrüh and Tettnang Tettnanger Noble German hops, and he tastes each batch of Boston Lager before it's bottled, canned, or kegged.
This Russian Imperial Stout type beer has won 1st place at major international beer competitions over a dozen times and for over two decades. What's the appeal? Just malt and hops. Also, more yeast than other beers. Five or six distinct grains are employed in Old Rasputin's complicated grain bill.
Sierra Nevada reintroduced hoppy beers to America. Before 1980, everyone drank pale lagers with little hops. Pale Ale is still wonderful, but Torpedo Extra IPA is next level. The "Hop Torpedo" is a patented hop-filled device through which actively developing beer runs, creating a perfect dry hop flavour.
Downingtown, Pennsylvania, population 8,000, brews this Belgian-style tripel. Golden Monkey is created with foreign malt and Belgian yeast, along with plenty of hops and spices (coriander is included).
Wheat beer? Ale? Actually, yes. Little Sumpin' Sumpin' Ale contains 50% wheat and 50% barley for a malty body and mellow finish. It also utilises a lot of hops, so it's bitter yet has a soft wheat aftertaste.
This IPA is a fan favourite. Specifically double IPAs. Pliny the Elder, which is famous for being hard to locate (partially genuine, partly marketing), is produced using four distinct hops added at exact intervals during the boil. It also contains grain.
One sip will end your love affair with Guinness and most other stouts. This chocolatey, toasted oatmeal stout is treated with nitrogen to increase its smoothness. Shakespeare Stout is produced in Oregon with local malt and hops.