Action-RPG"I think that's probably an IPA," Zeschuk informed us. "They've got some depth, and they've got some bite, and you want a slightly complex but very forward beer for an Action RPG."
An IPA, or India Pale Ale, is a subset of pale ales
characterized by their complex, somewhat overpowering hop-infused flavor. Not recommended for delicate dishes or seafood, IPAs typically range from five to eight percent alcohol by volume and are usually accompanied by a malty nose and bitter finish.Adventure"Oh, that's got to be a real contemplative one," Zeschuk said. "I think that'd be a sipper, so probably the biggest sipper type of beer is a barleywine. You sit back in your velvet jacket and sip your barleywine and play a point and click adventure."
Despite its name, barleywine is still a type of beer, as it's made from grain and not fruit. The "wine" moniker comes from the drink's alcohol content, which is typically eight to 12 percent by volume, and therefore on par with some wines. Non-aged American barleywine tends to be aggressively
bitter, as a tremendous amount of hops are often added to balance the sweetness produced by the brewing process. Barleywine that has been cellared for one or two years, on the other hand, is typically a less abrasive experience.Fighting"That's a tricky one, fighting games would be something really aggressive. Probably the most aggressive style right now is the Double IPA – the biggest, boldest, most muscular, over-the-top, west-coast style Double IPA."
Colloquially referred to as a "Double IPA," an Imperial IPA is a more extreme, Americanized interpretation of the classic British IPA mentioned above. Known for its higher alcohol volume (7.5 to 10 percent) and ludicrous hop bitterness, an Imperial IPA is differentiated from other bitter brews by its comparatively low maltiness and strong, lingering finish.FPS"Those are really tactical. I think you'd need to maintain your hand eye coordination, so you'd need to have a lower alcohol beer. There's definitely pilsners or some lighter beers that're probably a good choice so you can maintain your skills while you're playing."
First produced in the west-Bohemian city of Pilsen, Czech Republic in 1842, a pilsner is typically a crisp, refreshing pale lager
with an alcoholic volume between four and six percent. Depending on whether the pilsner is German or Bohemian in style, competitive gamers will either experience a light-bodied, highly carbonated showcase of bitter German hops, or an elaborate, bright maltiness, respectively.RacingNever drink and drive.