Lager – a type of bottom fermented beer that is conditioned at low temperatures. Lagers can be pale, amber or dark in color. The Pale Lager, however, is the most commonly consumed and popular style of beer in the world.

Lagers were first brewed in caves during the medieval period and until the 19th century the term lager was mostly given and associated to any type of cool conditioned bottom fermented beer. A parent category to the Pilsner lagers are some of the easiest and most refreshing beers to drink.

Below are some of the Lager’s we have tried and reviewed.

The Lager’s

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Yes, fall season is here; and before we dive into porters and stouts into the winter season, grab that last summer taste with Stone Brewing’s Buenaveza Salt and Lime Lager. It’s a refreshing decision. While I’m not the greatest Oktoberfest fan, I did do my part by trying out several different Marzens, Oktoberfest lagers. Speaking […]

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