Pilsner

Not only is Pils (or Pilsner) known to be the “Germans’ favourite beer”, it is also the type of beer brewed the most in Germany. It tastes best straight from the tap with a delicate foamy head.... read more »
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Brauerei Kundmüller - Weiherer Kellerpils Weiherer Kellerpils
Bierfarbe:
The naturally cloudy Pils of the Kundmüller brewery.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.20 * / 1 Liter)
€2.10 * zzgl. Pfand
Aufsesser Pils Aufsesser Pils
Bierfarbe:
Varietal, clear beer of the Pilsner brewing style.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Becher Bräu Kräußen Pils Becher Kräußen Pils
Bierfarbe:
A light golden yellow pilsner with a slight haziness.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Glenk Bräu Pils Glenk Pils
Bierfarbe:
The classic pilsner from Glenk in Bayreuth.
Content 0.5 Liter (€3.80 * / 1 Liter)
€1.90 * zzgl. Pfand
Gampert Förster-Pils Gampert Förster-Pils
Bierfarbe:
Golden colored fine tart drinkable Pils from the Franconian Forest.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
EKU Pils EKU Pils
Bierfarbe:
Classic, fine-grained Pilsner beer.
Content 0.5 Liter (€3.80 * / 1 Liter)
€1.90 * zzgl. Pfand
Stöckel Pils Stöckel Pils
Bierfarbe:
A MUST for every connoisseur and lover.
Content 0.5 Liter (€3.80 * / 1 Liter)
€1.90 * zzgl. Pfand
Schlossbrauerei Stelzer - Bio-Perle Leicht Stelzer - Bio-Perle Leicht
Bierfarbe:
From the best Bioland raw materials, finely hopped in the Pilsener brewing style.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.20 * / 1 Liter)
€2.10 * zzgl. Pfand
St. Georgen Bräu - Pilsener St. Georgen Pils
Bierfarbe:
Fine spicy pilsner beer from St. Georgen Bräu in Buttenheim.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Brauerei Scherdel Premium Pils Scherdel Premium Pilsener
Bierfarbe:
Mild, subtly hoppy and not too tart. Sweet and very tasty.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Brauerei Scherdel Light Scherdel Light
Bierfarbe:
The alcohol and calorie-reduced beer of the brewery Scherdel from Hof.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Privatbrauerei Reh Pils Reh Pils
Bierfarbe:
The fine, traditionally brewed Pils of the private brewery Reh from the Ellertal.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Brauerei Ott - Edel-Pils Ott Edel-Pils
Bierfarbe:
The slender tartness from the Leinleiter Valley.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Maisels Edelhopfen EXTRA Maisel`s Edelhopfen EXTRA
Bierfarbe:
Less carbohydrates due to high fermentation with partial alcohol reduction.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.20 * / 1 Liter)
€2.10 * zzgl. Pfand
Brauhaus Binkert - Mainseidla Original Mainseidla Original
Bierfarbe:
Bottom-fermented beer brewed according to the Pilsner brewing method.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.20 * / 1 Liter)
€2.10 * zzgl. Pfand
Mahrs Bräu - Pils Mahrs Pils
Bierfarbe:
Premium taste with a delicate bitter note from Mahrs Bräu in Bamberg.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.20 * / 1 Liter)
€2.10 * zzgl. Pfand
Leikeim Premium Pils Leikeim Premium Pils
Bierfarbe:
Fine-tart beer specialty Pilsener brewing style.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Kulmbacher Leicht Kulmbacher Leicht
Bierfarbe:
The lean, bottom-fermented draught beer, tangy and mild, with typical Pilsen character.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Kulmbacher Edelherb Kulmbacher Edelherb
Bierfarbe:
The light, slender Pils with the pronounced fine tart hop bitterness.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
Krug Bräu - Pils Krug Pils
Bierfarbe:
Not too tart, round taste.
Content 0.5 Liter (€3.80 * / 1 Liter)
€1.90 * zzgl. Pfand
Keesmann Bräu - Herrenpils Keesmann Herrenpils
Bierfarbe:
The strong Pils of Keesmann Bräu from Bamberg.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.20 * / 1 Liter)
€2.10 * zzgl. Pfand
Hönicka Bräu - Luisenburg Pils Hönicka Luisenburg Pils
Bierfarbe:
Feinherbe Premium-Qualität von Hönicka.
Content 0.5 Liter (€4.00 * / 1 Liter)
€2.00 * zzgl. Pfand
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Pilsner

Not only is Pils (or Pilsner) known to be the “Germans’ favourite beer”, it is also the type of beer brewed the most in Germany. It tastes best straight from the tap with a delicate foamy head. The “cool blonde” is characterised by its clear, golden yellow colour, its hoppy taste and its fine bitter note. This varies from Pils to Pils, as does the intensity of the hop aroma - depending on the type of yeast, hop and malt used in the brewing process. Naturally, Pils is also the top-ranking product in many Franconian micro breweries’ ranges. It is brewed according to the Bavarian Purity Law, using the best unprocessed ingredients and showing a lot of passion. Currently, our range boasts almost thirty different Franconian Pilsner - with an increasing selection to be expected. All of them have an average alcohol content of 5 percent and an original wort between 12 and 15 percent. And every Pilsner has its very own taste. It's definitely worthwhile trying!

The Pils and its origin

The Pils originated – as the name suggests - in Pilsen, Czech Republic, in 1842. As there was dissatisfaction with the quality of the beer there, the young Bavarian master brewer Josef Groll was brought in. By using local barley and hop varieties, the best water from Pilsen and Bavarian yeast, which he had brought from home, he managed to brew a beer at cool temperatures that was perfect for the Pilsen locals. The new type of beer quickly became famous across borders. The only disadvantage: Since Groll used bottom-fermenting yeast for his Pils, brewing was only possible at low temperatures and what’s more, the beer had to be stored in a cool place. The Franconian brewers were faced with the same challenge at the time also. Therefore, they mostly brewed in winter only and stored their Pils on ice in cellars. Many of the cellars have been preserved in Franconia to this day, and hence, many (beer) festivals take place “in the cellar”, as we say in Franconia. It was only through the invention of modern cooling technology that the production of Pils became possible all year round.

How to properly pour Pils

Does it really take seven minutes for the perfect pilsner to be brewed? We believe that if you pour your Pils by hand, you should take your time and pour it bit by bit so that you will end up with a perfect frothy foam head. If the Pils comes from a modern, pressure-controlled tap everything goes faster but with the same result. In any case, we couldn’t find any differences in taste.

The Franconian “Vollbier” (lit. full beer) goes well with these dishes

The Franconian Pils varieties will hold up to many dishes. A Franconian Pils tastes particularly good with a “Brotzeit” (lit. bread time, savoury snack), a Sunday roast, a crispy “Schäufele”(roasted pork shoulder), home-made “Ziebeleskäs” (cheeses specialty) or grilled fish. By the way: Pils doesn’t have to be enjoyed pure. It can be perfectly combined with sparkling wine or Campari, too. Have you tried it yet?

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