Certain types of beer are so different from the mainstream, and well known, that they deserve consideration in their own right, rather than simply as a type of ale or lager. They might even be both – though they can be neither.
The point at which a cluster of beer styles is well enough established to be included in this group has to be arbitrary. How long is it before a fad becomes a trend, or that trend becomes a regular thing? And when does it begin to stand out so much from the crowd that it should be seen as existing in its own right?
The beer styles we have listed here have been around long enough to be considered a part of the furniture, yet differ enough from beers in other groups to deserve being considered on their own merits.
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