Vienna Lager

The original amber lager developed by Anton Dreher shortly after the isolation of lager yeast. Nearly extinct in its area of origin, the style continues in Mexico where it was brought by Santiago Graf and other Austrian immigrant brewers in the late 1800s. Regrettably, most modern examples use adjuncts which lessen the rich malt complexity characteristic of the best examples of this style. The style owes much of its character to the method of malting (Vienna malt). Lighter overall than Oktoberfest, yet still decidedly balanced toward malt.

American versions can be a bit stronger, drier and more bitter, while European versions tend to be sweeter. Many Mexican amber and dark lagers used to be more authentic, but unfortunately are now more like sweet, adjunct-laden American Dark Lagers.

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1.044 - 1.060 1.010 - 1.014 18 - 30 10 - 16 4.5 - 5.7%
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Burleigh Brewing Company Duke Premium Lager
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T thecellarmonk   9 0 1 0

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Saranac Black and Tan
M monk   8 0 1 0

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Saranac Seasons Best
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