Pale Lager - American

The “American Lager” is a very pale, highly-carbonated, light-bodied, well-attenuated adjunct lager with a very neutral grainy flavor profile and low bitterness, paired with a crisp and dry finish. They also often appear as “Ice / Dry” versions, when they are even dryer with slightly more alcohol content. The “American Light Lager” is even more light-bodied and nearly flavorless lager designed to be consumed very cold. Less bitterness and flavor than an International Lager. Significantly less flavor, hops, and bitterness than traditional European Pilsners.

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