Pale Lager beers have a pale straw colour an ABV between 4.6% and 6% and a medium bitterness.
Pale Lager characteristics
Pale lager is a soft lager with not a remarkable hop or malt presence. Typically is a style used by macrobreweries, developed as a premium version of the standard American Lager and often confused with the more malty and aromatic Pilsener
Origins of Premium Lager are associated with the Czech brand beer Pilsner Ulker, from the city of Plze?, first brewed in 1842 by Josef Groll, after the inhabitants of Plze? expressed their dissatisfaction with the standard Pilsener beer brewed at that moment.