Imperial beers include Imperial Stout, Imperial Pale Ale, Imperial Pilsner, to name a few. However, the origins of the term "imperial" is from the 1800's, when beer brewed in England was shipped to the Imperial court of Russia. The term evolved to indicate a brewer's top of the line beers, although nowadays it typically indicates a beer is going to be big and bold.
Imperial beers also typically have a higher alcohol content, in the range of 8-12%.

Country of Origin: England
Some Variants Include:
Imperial IPA
Imperial Amber
Imperial Blonde Ale
Imperial Pale Ale
Imperial Pilsner
Imperial Porter
Imperial Red Ale
Imperial Saison
Imperial Stout
Russian Imperial Stout
White Imperial IPA

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