Liechtensteiner Brauhaus iisi

Brewed by Liechtensteiner Brauhaus
Schaan, Liechtenstein
3.5% Pale Lager | 21 Ratings | Summer Seasonal |
„iisi“ - Das erste Original Liechtensteinische Sommerbier. „iisi“, in Angleichung an das engl. „easy“, ist ein leichtes Lagerbier und hat über 30 % weniger Alkohol bei vollem Genuss. Gerade recht für die heissen Sommertage, aber auch alle anderen leichten Momente im Leben ! Die milde Auswahl an feinen Aromahopfen sorgt für eine angenehme Bittere und den kühlen, frischen Trinkspass – eben wie ein richtiges Bier, nur leichter. Mild, spritzig, frisch ! „Nimm’s liicht“ – mit „Brauhaus-iisi“ und der Sommer kann kommen ! Stammwürze: 9.7 %, Alkoholgehalt: 3.5 % vol.

iisi - 33% less alcohol for the light enjoyment. Especially quaffable and sparkling-fresh - exactly right for hot summer days and all other light moments in life! The mild presentation of the noble aromatic hops brings about a pleasantly bitter and cool, fresh drinking pleasure - just like a regular beer, only lighter.

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