Opinion panel: Which beer style would you recommend to a novice drinker?

Opinion panel: Which beer style would you recommend to a novice drinker?
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“I’d recommend a pale ale, probably something from Australia or New Zealand, as they tend to be a bit lighter & fruitier than those from America. Alternatively, if someone wants something a bit different, a lighter wheat beer would be a good starting place.”

Mark, @thetramlineliquorco

“As everyone is different, I would recommend a style that best suits a person’s current palate. You’ll need to determine that by having a conversation with them, which is an opportunity to impart more beer knowledge. I often find that chatting sparks a curiosity never to be extinguished.”

Rick, @greathopforward

“American amber ales for sure! They offer a mixture of malt and caramel flavors with a hint of floral and hoppy notes, fit for novice drinkers who may not be familiar with the bitterness of hops. This balance of maltiness and mild bitterness is also suitable as a food-pairing beer.”

Ronda, @tipsydarcy

“Wheat beers are gateway beers. Perfect for non-beer drinkers as they’re light and easy to drink with a refreshingly different taste from mass market lagers. They also avoid the bitterness of IPAs, and the punch of Belgian beers.”

Jon, @beertopiahk

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