Categories are the major groupings of styles are artificial constructs that represent a collection of individual sub-categories, or beer styles that may or may not have any historical, geographic, or traditional relationship with each other. Do not infer that membership in a style category somehow relates beer styles with each other. The only reason they are grouped together is to assist with managing the scale and complexity of beer competitions. The names given to the groupings are for competition purposes only, and may not be used in any broader contexts in the beer and brewing industries.
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