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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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I DIDN'T think lager was introduced into Britain until the 1960s.
I may well have the air of a man who's all fine wines and well crafted ales but some nights there's nothing quite like an ice cold lager.
s 30th anniversary, and the brewer provided our tasting panel with samples of Samuel Adams Boston Lager so we could toast the anniversary properly.
Sean Lewis - author of We Make Beer, out next month - said: "The brewers aim for a specific flavour profile, so they're doing their jobs right if lagers taste the same.
The Roberts family, who own the wholesale distributors F Jones on Wrexham Industrial Estate with John Vaughan, Mark and Janet Gaffey had teamed up with the former head brewer of the Wrexham Lager Brewery Ian Dale to get the iconic brand back in business.
Trapp Lager will feature the Viennese-style lager and a pair of wheat beers--hefeweizen, and its darker cousin dunkelweizen.
It's not what's put into Freedom Lager that makes it so exceptional; it's what's left out.
Czech Pilsners (originating from the city of Plzen, which is also the home of Skoda) are golden, are usually on the strong side and accented towards a hop bouquet and a dry finish; Vienna lagers are sweetish with a malty character; Norwegian lagers are clean and dry; Samuel Adams Brooklyn Lager is a class American act.
This year Liverpool is the European Capital of Culture and to mark the event the city's brewery, Robert Cain, has produced a limited edition label for its lager.
Lagers such as Tennent's Super and Carlsberg Special Brew have been blamed for fuelling excess drinking and anti-social behaviour.
Higher fermentation temperatures ramp up ester production, so ales tend to have a fruitier flavor than lagers do.