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Happy National Beer Day! What does your favorite beer say about your decor? We paired out favorite beers with our favorite artwork so you can decorate with your drinks in mind.

PILSNERS

A modern pilsner has a very light, clear colour from pale to golden yellow and a distinct hop aroma and flavour.

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BELGIUMS

They differ from other regional Pale Ale varieties, by traditionally being less bitter, using aged hops for a delicate hop finish, and boasting sweetish to toasty malt overtones.

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RED ALES

This style of beer tends to focus on the malts, but hop character can range from low to high. Expect a balanced beer, with toasted malt characters and a light fruitiness in most examples.

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BROWN ALES

Roasted malt, caramel-like and chocolate-like characters should be of medium intensity in both flavor and aroma. American-style brown ales have evident low to medium hop flavor and aroma and medium to high hop bitterness.

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STOUTS

American-style imperial stouts are the strongest in alcohol and body of the stouts. Black in color, these beers typically have an extremely rich malty flavor and aroma with full, sweet malt character.

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IPAS

India pale ale (IPA) is a hoppy beer style. In the United States, the style has become extremely popular and helped drive the craft beer renaissance.

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