Most beer styles can be said to have come from somewhere, even if their original form may have become obscured by time. Some are far more clearly associated with an area, a region or a country, and a few remain specific to one place.
A virtue and a curse of the internet age is the speed with which local traditions and specialities become global property, to be mimicked across the world. The beer styles included here are those that remain associated with a particular country or region.
Very few have a formal legal status that protects them from imitation or abuse. Most are now also made, usually in lesser form, from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego, and Lisbon to Yokohama, though to be appreciated in their authentic form they should be tried in their place of origin.
For those that are already widely mimicked around the world we have provided links to their primary listing. The few that remain truly local specialities are described in full.
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