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Light lager

Helles Lagerbier, Lager hell, Lager or simply Helles - this type of beer ranked third on the list of the most popular beers in Germany after Pils and Weißbier. The pale... Mehr erfahren

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14-Heiligen Nothelfer Lager

spicy fresh lager beer
€2,10
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Unit price: €4,20 / Liter

Aktien Original 1857

Pithy, spicy and fresh at the same time
€2,20
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Unit price: €4,40 / Liter

Alt-Bamberg light beer

A fine, light and mild beer!
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Aufsesser Seidla Hell

Bottom-fermented lager with intense colour.
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Bayreuther Hell

Our genuine Bavarian light, honest, fresh and spicy.
€2,20
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Unit price: €4,40 / Liter

Becher Hell

The light beer from Bayreuth's oldest brewery restaurant, th..
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Becher Original

The original from Bayreuth's oldest brewery restaurant, the ..
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Fässla Lager

Lagerbier - Bottom-fermented full beer
€2,10
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Unit price: €4,20 / Liter

Glenk Walkürentrunk

The amber-coloured beer from the Glenk Bräu
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Göller Brotzeitseidla

Fits at any time of day to a good snack
€1,90
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Unit price: €3,80 / Liter

Göller Lager

The first "ironing beer" of the brewery Göller from Zeil am..
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Günther Helles Vollbier

The Light Beer from the Günther Brewery
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Haberstumpf Kellerkrönla

A naturally cloudy beer bottled from ecologically controlled..
€2,30
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Unit price: €4,60 / Liter

Haberstumpf Light Lager

Fine pored and hoppy.
€2,10
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Unit price: €4,20 / Liter

Held Festbier

...amber and clear it shows itself in the glass
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Held Hell

...for "heroes" like you and me.
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Hönicka Heiner's Original

Festive, drinkable special beer.
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Hütten Hell

A full beer with not too much alcohol
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Hütten Märzen

Beer as it used to be
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Klosterbrauerei Kemnath Hell

Full-bodied, palatable and tasty.
€2,00
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Unit price: €4,00 / Liter

Helles Lagerbier, Lager hell, Lager or simply Helles - this type of beer ranked third on the list of the most popular beers in Germany after Pils and Weißbier. The pale lager is brewed in Franconia mainly in the Upper Franconian region. Thanks to its low alcohol content, which averages between 4.5 and 5.6 percent, the Helle is a real thirst quencher. It tastes really delicious at a drinking temperature of between seven and nine degrees Celsius. That's when this type of beer unfolds its full-bodied, palatable aroma, its moderate hop note and slight sweetness. By the way, the pale lager is usually drunk in the classic beaker, the so-called "Willibecher" - this also applies to the pale lager from Franconia.

That's why the light beer is called "Helles" or the light lager beer "Lager Hell"

The light has its name on the one hand because of its light golden yellow colour. Before bottling, the beer is filtered until it is not only light but also clear in the bottle or glass. In contrast to the Pils, the pale beer is less hopped and therefore tastes only slightly bitter. On the other hand, the designation light lager or short Lager is owed to the production and - as the name already suggests - the storage. The lager light belongs to the bottom-fermented full beers, is brewed at low temperatures and must be stored in a cool place. In Franconia, the golden yellow used to be stored in wooden barrels in large cool cellars. Today, modern cooling technology ensures that the lager is available all year round.

Here the light lager beer has its origin

The Munich SPATEN brewery was the first to launch the bright beer - in 1894, quasi as a less hopped counterpart to the Bohemian Pilsner and at a time when "dark beers" were brewed predominantly. However, the new type of beer was not very popular on the North German beer market. This was different in Munich, southern Germany and Franconia. Here the pale lager was already the dominant beer type in the 19th century and still is. Even though the pale lager - in contrast to earlier times - today usually only has an original gravity of between 10 and 12 percent. But perhaps this is precisely the reason why the pale lager in southern Germany is now somehow one of the "staple foods". Which is not least proven by the large selection in our online shop.

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