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- noun Plural form of
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Each of the classic altbiers is a little different, but all of them start malty, with hints of caramel and fruit, transitioning to a long, dry, bitter finish that immediately leaves you reaching for another sip.
In Germany, the altbiers of Düsseldorf and the kölsch beers in the rival city of Cologne are both served in small, straight, thin-sided glasses that are meant to be emptied and refilled often.