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Think of Lagers as the white wines of the beer family. Like whites, Lagers are fermented with a slower-acting yeast that likes cool temperatures and takes its time, resulting in a clean, brisk and brilliant brew. This entire family of beers didn’t bubble up to the surface until the 1870s, when a separate bottom-fermenting yeast for Lagers was classified. But when Golden Lagers and Pilsners first appeared, their dazzling clarity, pale hue, and delicate balance of light hops and fresh grain quickly propelled them to the top of the list of the most popular beer styles on the planet, where they remain today.
MIX IT UP
Top your lager with a splash of lemonade or lemon-lime soda for a refreshingly tart shandy; or add a few ounces to your Caesar to lighten things up.
YOU MAY TASTE
Very delicate hop flavours with subtle grain or cereal notes and a dry finish.
SIP THEM WITH
Grilled sausages, burgers, sandwiches, salty snacks.
A fine pick for the patio with hoppy aromas, sweet malt flavours and a crisp finish. Serve it up with some salty, crunchy appetizers.
2. CREEMORE SPRINGS PREMIUM
Small-batch brewed and fire roasted with no pasteurization, this may be the crispest lager you ever taste. Try it with grilled salmon.
3. DOS EQUIS
A taste of Mexico with a toasted oat nose and slightly nutty flavours. Try pairing it with fish tacos with guacamole.