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lager

a light-bodied effervescent beer, fermented in a closed vessel using yeasts that sink to the bottom of the brew
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Surprisingly, lagers were on offer in pubs from the late 19th century but Britons preferred their own ales.
Just because it's lager and not finest IPA doesn't mean you have to drink any old muck.
The Munich-style lager uses a lager yeast from Germany and Czech Saaz and German Perle hops.
Two glasses of white wine or two pints of lager (approximately four units): Your blood flow increases You feel less inhibited and attention span is shorter You start dehydrating, one of the causes of a hangover Three glasses of white wine or three pints of lager (approximately six units): Your reaction time is slower Your liver has to work harder Your sex drive may increase, while your judgement may decrease Four glasses of white wine or three and a half pints of lager (approximately eight units): You're easily confused You're noticeably emotional Your sex drive could now decrease and you may become less capable (from NHS.
It is sometimes called an amber lager, although that seems simplistic.
Brand owner Nigel McNally said: "We are seeing Kestrel Premium Lager stocked in major supermarkets and a large number of independent retailers up and down the UK.
MARCUS: It smells like a lager and is quite nice and hoppy.
Anheuser-Busch officials say Busch Signature Copper Lager is brewed with grains from America's heartland, and is a smooth, full-bodied copper lager that introduces the richness of roasted caramel malts to the classic Busch recipe, resulting in a sweet aroma, signature smooth taste, clean finish and distinctive copper color, that is 5.
Mwayanale--who read about the Windhoek Lager initiative in the newspapers--said: "The Windhoek Lager Ambassador programme should serve as an encouragement to citizens that their efforts are appreciated and recognized at national level.
The Almanack will be offering punters a free trial of Cornish Pilsner, the first lager to be brewed by Cornwallbased Sharp's Brewery.
The brew, produced by Glan Conwy's Great Orme Brewery and named 1085 Snowdon's Lager after the height of Wales' highest peak, proved extremely popular in bottles, prompting brewer Jonathan Hughes to start producing it in barrels.
Wrexham Lager, originally founded in 1882 and revived in 2011, is Britain's oldest lager brew and under previous owners were a sponsor of the club for many years.