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Spring

Beer that is prepared during the winter for consumption in spring and summer months. This beer is fermented with wild yeasts, which tend to produce more of a cider or sour taste

Summer

Summer seasonal beers are typically formulated for warmer weather, and are typically light-bodied. They may have citrus or fruity flavor, which may be accented with the use of honey, brewing spices and floral hops. Many summer seasonal beers are ales and wheat ales.

Fall

Autumn seasonal beers may incorporate the use of spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg, which serves to associate the season with the beer's flavor, or to create a "frame of reference unique to that season".

Winter

winter warmer beer can be aged in barrels for months, and even years, which added to their flavor profile. The barrels were typically made from oak. Wild yeasts can be added to create a mild sour flavor. Winter warmers also sometimes have spices added such as allspice, cardamom, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and star anise for additional flavor and tend to be full-bodied, darker, and malt-driven styles.