Session beers are known for their lower ABV (typically 3-5%) and drinkability. The origin of the term is thought to be from munition workers from WWI Britain, who were allowed only short breaks between shifts which were often spent down at the local pub.
Session beers should have an emphasis on refreshment and drinkability, with a balance reached between the beer's style and lowering the alcohol content to fall on or under the 5% threshold.

Country of Origin: Britain
Some Variants Include:
Session Ale
Session Stout
Session Stout

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SRM 2 - 100
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