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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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Aster Sadler, Marketing Director, at Sadler's Brewing Co, said: "The partnerships we've forged with Birmingham City FC and The Albion underpin a new era for the Sadler's Peaky Blinder Lager brand.
While reiterating the brand's commitment to always identifying with the culture and aspirations of its teeming consumers, the Portfolio Manager, Mainstream Lager, Omotunde Adenusi explained that the decision to unveil the new can was informed by the need to provide its consumers more variety.
Mr Thomas, brewery director, said: "Across the UK we have seen the growth of locally brewed real ales and have identified a growing demand for locally brewed lager.
Manchester Union Lager launched in January of this year and will be serving its easydrinking beer alongside fellow Manchester brewery Cloudwater.
A very good lager, reminiscent of decent Czech lagers.
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.
(94) Brooklyn Lager (Brooklyn Brewery, New York) 5.2% ABV, 33 IBUs.
This isn't the first time a local brewer has tried to take on the titans of the cold fizzy lager world - Cains tried it a few years back with its Liverpool Lager.
Devils Peak Lager highlights the tradition of beer crafted with care, to be distinctive and full of flavour.
One glass of white wine or a pint of lager (approximately two units): You're talkative and you feel relaxed.
Beer geeks sometimes dismiss Samuel Adams as an innocuous (and ubiquitous) amber lager, but for those who have watched the growth of the craft segment from the beginning, it is a brand with almost totemic significance.