Hopped lager (Description provided by company)
American Pale Lager
Also called an "All-Malt Lager", these beers avoid the use of cereal adjuncts (mainly corn and rice) and use only malt in the brewing process. This style can be though of as kind of an American version of the Munich Helles Lager.
The use of all malt gives this beer a stronger biscuity pale malt flavor and aroma (sometimes a slight bump in hop bitterness and flavor is added as well) than the typical American Adjunct Lager. Typically a pale to golden yellow, these beers are light bodied and generally crisp and refreshing.
Best served cold, at 39-44 degrees and in a pint glass, pilsner glass, or beer mug.
When Keith travels to Belgium, he always looks forward to enjoying classic Belgian Table beers. Traditionally, these lower-alcohol beers are brewed to accompany a meal and great company.
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Nicely balanced, Bell's Lager Beer focuses on the flavors developed in the brew house, matching a crisp bitterness & distinctive herbal hop aromas to a simple yet firm malt backbone.
Goodwood Louisville Lager is the first and only beer brewed with 100% Kentucky-grown grains. And, in a tip of the cap to our Slugger-making neighbors downtown, white ash – common in baseball bats – is used to enhance brewing.
Guinness Blonde is the first fusion beer in the new Guinness Discovery Series combining the best European brewing techniques with the finest American hops in a collaboration between the Guinness Master Brewers in Dublin and their US Master Brewers counterparts at the famous Latrobe Brewery in Pen
Who says ales should have all the hops? Our passion for crafting excellent beers brings you India Pale Lager. The lager yeast provides for a clean and dry base beer well suited for hopping!
Pours a pale golden straw color with a fluffy bright white head. Aromas of cooking bacon, fresh baked French bread a hint of honey and fresh cut grass. Pilsner Malt and 40% Beechwood Smoked Malt from Germany builds the foundation of this simple recipe with complex flavors.
Golden is a crisp, clean continental lager. Just four ingredients are all it takes: American malt, Mt. Hood hops, German lager yeast and pure Abita Springs water. As the name implies, Abita Golden has a brilliant gold color.
Prince of Pilsen tributes the most popular beer style in the world. Originally brewed in the bohemian City of Pilsen in 1842, the new sensation was widely imitated and now makes up 90% of beer consumed around the globe.