With a huge range of varying beer styles to choose from, there really is something for everyone. For a beverage containing just four ingredients, beer is amazingly versatile and there’s a broad spectrum of tastes and aromas to enjoy. With a little know how, you too can replicate a number of beer styles from around the world.
Lagers and Pilsners (GER/CZ)
Probably the most mass-produced types of beer in the world. For many of us, our first ever taste of beer was most likely a macro Lager or Pilsner. However, there are many smaller breweries now also making craft variants of these classic styles.
Lagers originate from Germany, while slightly more malty, hoppy Pilsners were first brewed in Czechia. They differ from ales in that they ferment at lower temperatures and use a different, bottom fermenting yeast strain. They also require an extended maturation period at low temperatures to drive away any off flavours and create a crisp, clean taste.Read More