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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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The pale lager mellows out an otherwise intense dish, Strange says.
But they are no longer limited to traditional mainstream pale lagers.
Dortmunder is a strong pale lager that is characterized by more bitterness and less maltiness.
Half received 12 ounces of pale lager every day for a month; the rest got an equivalent amount of mineral water.
Although the beer used in this study was a standard pale lager Israel-produced Maccabbi beer (5 percent alcohol by volume), other beers are likely to have a similar effect, Gorinstein told Israel21c.
Pilsner Beer Pilsner, pilsner, pils is a pale lager with a high hop content.
And, like the leading American brands, most imports are of one general style--the modern pale lager.
Another similarity with leading American brands: Most imports are of one general style-the modern pale lager.
79 Steinhauser Lager (6x300ml) A fresh, pale lager which last year picked up a Quality Drink Award.
New Belgium's Fat Tire Amber Ale will be paired with beer cheese soup, brioche and crouton creme fraiche, while the brewery's lightly-hopped Shift Pale Lager will be paired with spinach salad, bacon vinaigrette, orange segments and candied almonds.
Brains - the nation's biggest brewer - hoped the pale lager would propel the company into the lucrative premium larger market.
The other kind of floatie can be found in ancient bottles of pale lager.