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Light lager

This beer style is probably associated with most questions. What is a lager, is a light a lager and if not, what is the difference at all? The origin of this variety ca... Mehr erfahren

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14-Heiligen Nothelfer Lager

spicy fresh lager beer
€2,10

Aktien Original 1857

Pithy, spicy and fresh at the same time
€2,20

Alt-Bamberg light beer

A fine, light and mild beer!
€2,00

Aufsesser Seidla Hell

Bottom-fermented lager with intense colour.
€2,00

Bayreuther Hell

Our genuine Bavarian light, honest, fresh and spicy.
€2,20

Becher Hell

The light beer from Bayreuth's oldest brewery restaurant, the Becher Bräu
€2,00

Becher Original

The original from Bayreuth's oldest brewery restaurant, the Becher Bräu
€2,00

Fässla Lager

Lagerbier - Bottom-fermented full beer
€2,10

Glenk Walkürentrunk

The amber-coloured beer from the Glenk Bräu
€2,00

Göller Brotzeitseidla

Fits at any time of day to a good snack
€1,90

Göller Lager

The first "ironing beer" of the brewery Göller from Zeil am Main
€2,00

Günther Helles Vollbier

The Light Beer from the Günther Brewery
€2,00

Haberstumpf Kellerkrönla

A naturally cloudy beer bottled from ecologically controlled raw materials
€2,30

Haberstumpf Light Lager

Fine pored and hoppy.
€2,10

Held Festbier

...amber and clear it shows itself in the glass
€2,00

Held Hell

...for "heroes" like you and me.
€2,00

Hönicka Heiner's Original

Festive, drinkable special beer.
€2,00

Hütten Hell

A full beer with not too much alcohol
€2,00

Hütten Märzen

Beer as it used to be
€2,00

Klosterbrauerei Kemnath Hell

Full-bodied, palatable and tasty.
€2,00

This beer style is probably associated with most questions. What is a lager, is a light a lager and if not, what is the difference at all? The origin of this variety can be traced back to the Middle Ages, when brewers often had to mourn the spoilage of large quantities of beer, as hygienic standards were often non-existent. Due to this fact, the bottom-fermented brewing method was introduced at the end of the 14th century, with which the shelf life of the beer could be increased. Since bottom-fermented yeast requires low temperatures, the beer was stored in wooden barrels from this time on. This storage gave the beer the name Lager or Lagerbier. The average alcohol content of lager beers is between 4.5 and 5.6 percent. The main characteristic of bottom-fermented brewing is the full-bodied aroma with a slight sweetness. It is brightly filtered and usually light yellow in colour - hence the name "light". This beer is brewed with an original gravity of between 10 and 12 percent, mainly in Upper Franconia.

 

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TÄGLICHER VERSAND auch Samstags
BIS ZU 20 FLASCHEN pro Paket
KEINE PORTOKOSTEN bereits ab 69 Euro