Euro Strong Lager

A stronger (in ABV) version of a Euro Lager, these can be thought of as similar to America's Malt Liquor style. The Euro Strong Lager does typically use more (or all) malt for fermentation, however, while the Malt Liquor often uses a large amount of adjuncts (corn and rice).

Ranging in color from light gold to a light copper, this style features relatively high (up to 10%) ABV, and essentially no perceptible hop flavors or aromas. Alcohol, however, is often easily perceived in both the smell and taste of the beer. Generally a very light body.

Best served cold, 39-45 degrees, and in a pilsner glass, champagne flute, or stange.

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