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  • Czech Pale Lager

    Czech Pale Lager

    Aroma: Light to moderate bready-rich malt combined with light to moderate spicy or herbal hop bouquet; the balance between the malt and hops may vary. Faint hint of caramel is acceptable. Light (but never intrusive) diacetyl and light, fruity hop-derived esters are acceptable, but need not be present. No sulfur.

    Appearance: Light gold to deep gold color. Brilliant to very clear, with a long-lasting, creamy white head.

    Flavor: Medium-low to medium bready-rich malt flavor with a rounded, hoppy finish. Low to medium-high spicy or herbal hop flavor. Bitterness is prominent but never harsh. Flavorful and refreshing. Diacetyl or fruity esters are acceptable at low levels, but need not be present and should never be overbearing.

    Mouthfeel: Medium-light to medium body. Moderate carbonation.

    Overall Impression: A lighter-bodied, rich, refreshing, hoppy, bitter pale Czech lager having the familiar flavors of the stronger Czech Premium Pale Lager (Pilsner-type) beer but in a lower alcohol, lighter-bodied, and slightly less intense format. 

    1.028 – 1.044 1.008 – 1.014 20 – 35 3 – 6 3.0 – 4.1%
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    Beer Information

    Serving types:
    • On Tap
    Alcohol by Volume (ABV):
    Available Year-round
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