Eriksen Vinhandel has more than 100 different specialty beers in the store.

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Special beer, also known as "craft beer" or "artisanal beer," is a category of beer that sets itself apart from the more commercial and standardized beers. These beers are often brewed by smaller independent breweries, focusing on creativity, quality, and flavor complexity. Here are some examples of types of special beer:

  1. IPA (India Pale Ale): IPAs are known for their strong hop profile, providing them with a floral, citrusy, and sometimes resinous taste. There are variations such as American IPA, Double IPA (DIPA), and New England IPA (NEIPA), all offering different flavor experiences.

  2. Stout: Stout beers are dark and full-bodied with flavor notes of roasted malt, coffee, and chocolate. Examples include Imperial Stout and Milk Stout.

  3. Sour Beer: Sour beers are characterized by their tart taste, which can range from light and refreshing to intense and vinegary. Styles such as Berliner Weisse, Gose, and Lambic fall under sour beer.

  4. Porter: Porters are related to stouts and are known for their dark malt notes and fullness. Baltic Porter and Robust Porter are some variants.

  5. Belgian Ale: Belgian beer includes a wide range of styles such as Witbier, Dubbel, Tripel, and Quadrupel. These beers can have fruity, spicy, and complex flavor notes.

  6. Barleywine: Barleywine beers have high alcohol content and a vinous character. They can be sweet or dry and are suitable for aging.

  7. Trappist Beer: These beers are brewed in Trappist monasteries and include styles like Dubbel and Tripel. They are often known for their quality and flavor depth.

  8. Special Editions: Many breweries release limited special editions of their beers, which can include unique ingredients and brewing techniques.

Special beers are popular among beer enthusiasts due to their variety, complexity, and quality. They are perfect for exploring new flavor experiences and can be enjoyed as accompaniments to food or as a pleasure in themselves.