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Lager

  • La Débauche / Brasserie Iron-Assam Rouge

    330ml

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    Brasserie Iron logo

    La Débauche , Brasserie Iron Assam Rouge   4%

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    4,19 €

  • Four Lions-Black Palermo

    470ml

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    Four Lions Black Palermo   5%

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    3,74 €

  • Bidassoa Basque Brewery-Hoppy Pale Lager Gluten Free #2

    330ml

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    Bidassoa Basque Brewery Hoppy Pale Lager Gluten Free #2  4%

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    2,82 €

  • Ayinger-Bairisch Pils

    330ml

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    Ayinger Bairisch Pils   5%

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    1,92 €

  • 500ml

    Browar Stu Mostów logo
    Camba Bavaria logo

    Browar Stu Mostów , Camba Bavaria ART.+7 German Red IPL  6%

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    2,54 €

  • 330ml

    Naparbier logo

    Naparbier Aotearoa   5%

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    2,67 €

  • 330ml

    Naparbier logo

    Naparbier Achtung!   6%

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    2,32 €

  • 330ml

    Mikkeller logo

    Mikkeller American Dream   4%

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  • 330ml

    Flying Couch logo

    Flying Couch Pilsner   4%

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  • 330ml

    Pühaste logo

    Pühaste Talisman   5%

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What is a Lager ?

Lager is a type of beer conditioned at low temperatures. Most lagers use a strain of yeast called Saccharomyces Pastorianus, a bottom fermenting yeast that works at colder temperatures—in contrast with to ale top-fermentation that works at warmer conditions.

History of Lager

Lager became prevalent in the beer world in the 19th century after the industrialization, due to the advance in refrigeration systems that allowed brewers to produce lagers all year round. Previously, lager brewing was reserved to winter months, while ale was used in summertime. The style has its origins in the areas of Franconia and Bohemia (nowadays Czech Republic).