Lager

Lager is not boring. Don't let anyone tell you it is. The only difference between a lager and an ale is the yeast, which ferments at the bottom of the barrel and has adds much less aroma and flavour to the beer. That means you get a clean, crisp drink that lets the hops and malts really shine through, and that's the beauty of a lager! From ultra hoppy lagers to caramel-sweet, lagers are nearly as varied as any other style, and account for some of the best and most popular beers in the world, from German Helles to Czech Pils and American Steam Beers.
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  1. Paulaner Munich Helles 50cl
    Rating:
    89%
    £2.55
  2. Augustiner Helles
    Rating:
    80%
  3. Paulaner Oktoberfest
    Rating:
    96%
    £3.30
  4. Paulaner Munich Helles 50cl Can
    Rating:
    99%
  5. Paulaner Munich Hell Lager 33cl
    Rating:
    80%
  6. Kona Longboard Lager can
    Rating:
    88%
    £2.60
  7. Paulaner Oktoberfest 50cl Can
    Rating:
    100%
    £3.30
  8. Augustiner Edelstoff
    Rating:
    76%
    £3.35
  9. Hacker Pschorr Anno 1417 Munich Keller Bier
    Rating:
    93%
  10. Hacker Pschorr Munich Gold
    Rating:
    88%
  11. Hacker Pschorr Can Anno 1417 Munich Keller Bier
    Rating:
    85%
  12. Jever Pils
    Rating:
    73%
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