Munich Helles Lager

Created in Munich at the Spaten brewery in the late 19th century, the Munich Helles was designed to compete against the Czech and German Pilsner.

Pouring a straw yellow to pale gold, this style is a bit more malty in flavor and aroma, with bready, biscuity, and toasted flavors dominate. Noble hop aromas and flavors may be present, but the bitterness is kept fairly low, to finish very clean and malty. No fruity yeast esters.

Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, and in a pilsner glass, stange, or champagne flute.

Ballast Point Smoke Screen

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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.

Stoudt's Gold Lager

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Gold has been widely recognized as one of the finest German-style beers brewed in America. This golden-colored, smooth-bodied Munich-style Helles is brewed with a 2 row base malt and three types of aromatic specialty malts, then finished with a kiss of noble hops.

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