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Lager / Pilsner Beer

Order “A beer, please, barkeeper” at the pub and you very well could end up with a lager. Some of the world’s best known beer brands are lagers, and they come in all shapes and sizes from a variety of countries. The word lager comes from the German word 'lagern', which means 'to store' - this comes from the practice of brewers storing their beers in cold caves back in the day. Lagers are indeed still cool-fermented (also known as bottom-fermented) and matured in the cold and can undergo a secondary fermentation during this maturation.

Though the term lager can be used for a wide variety of beers, most of the time a lager will be a crisp, refreshing drink the colour of barley swaying in the summer breeze. However, you can find lagers out there with very light or darker bronze hues to them. To serve, you’ll want your lager nice and cold.

Pilsner (sometimes known as Pils) is a well known type of pale lager, produced a lot in the Czech Republic and Germany. These are typically more hop-forward than your standard lager. Saaz hops - one of the most important hop varieties in the world - are the ones you want to take note of when it comes to Pilsner, as they bring a delicate spiciness and herbaceous elements to the brew. Other styles of lager you'll find on this page include Helles (a pale lager from Munich), Dortmunder and Vienna.

Phoenix Beer

33cl, 5%
Phoenix

A Mauritian lager launched in 1963, made with spring barley from Australia and Europe.  More info

Phoenix Beer

Pikes Pilsener Lager

33cl, 4.5%
Pikes Beer Company

Aussie Pilsener Lager from Pikes, based in Clare Valley. They use 100% malted Australian barley to create this refreshing brew.  More info

Pikes Pilsener Lager
$3.12

Radeberger Pilsner

50cl, 4.8%
Radeberger Exportbierbrauerei

Superb German Pilsner here from the town of Radeberg, dating back to the latter half of the 1800s. The brewers use water from their own well, which draws spring water from the nearby Karswald Forest.  More info

Radeberger Pilsner

Renaissance Collision Course

33cl, 6.2%
Renaissance Brewing Company

Collision Course is made by the Renaissance Brewery in New Zealand in a very similar way to an IPA, except that they use lager yeast and they lager it - y'know, like they would a lager!  More info

Renaissance Collision Course

Signature Brew Studio Pilsner

33cl, 4%
Signature Brew

Crisp, creamy Pilsner from Signature Brew, who started brewing after getting tired of drinking mediocre beers in music venues and wanted change - a noble cause!  More info

Signature Brew Studio Pilsner
$2.15

Signature Brew Studio Vienna Lager

33cl, 5.2%
Signature Brew

The creamy though enjoyably punchy Studio Vienna Lager from Signature Brew, who are dedicated to getting their beers into the hands of gig-goers after having to put up with overpriced, bog-standard…  More info

Signature Brew Studio Vienna Lager
$2.45

Signature Brew Studio Vienna Lager Can

33cl, 5.2%
Signature Brew

An unfiltered Vienna-style lager from Signature Brew in Leyton. This one packs a hearty punch of Saaz hop bitterness and creamy malt...  More info

Signature Brew Studio Vienna Lager Can
$2.45

Small Beer Brew Co. Lager

35cl, 2.1%
Small Beer Brew Co.

The Small Beer Brew Co. Lager was created to revive the small beer staple from 18th century London with a refreshing bottling that ranks at just 2.1% ABV with less than half the calories of a…  More info

Small Beer Brew Co. Lager
$3.44

Stillwater Yacht (47.3cl)

47cl, 4.2%
Stillwater Artisanal

Stillwater's Yacht is situated somewhere between the olden days where the only beers that came in cans were your everyday lagers and the boom of craft brewers putting everything they've got into…  More info

Stillwater Yacht (47.3cl)

Summer Wine Golden Gate

33cl, 7.2%
Summer Wine

With a name like Golden Gate, you might expect this delicious "Double-India Lager" to hail from the sunny west coast of America. Well, it doesn't. It's brewed by the fantastic folks at Summer Wine…  More info

Summer Wine Golden Gate

Three Boys Pils

33cl, 5.5%
Three Boys

A Pilsner from New Zealand, made with aromatic Kiwi Saaz hops!  More info

Three Boys Pils

TicketyBrew Münchner

33cl, 4.5%
TicketyBrew

A traditional style of German beer, made by the TicketyBrew folks in Stalybridge!  More info

TicketyBrew Münchner

To Øl Kex

33cl, 5%
To øl

A rather hoppy Pilsner brewed by To Øl for the Kex Hostel in Reykjavik, Iceland. They brew this using Amarillo, Mosaic and Tettnanger hops, as well as with biscuits!  More info

To Øl Kex

To Øl Sundancer

33cl, 2.7%
To øl

A perfect all-summer sipper from To Øl, brewed at De Proef. Made with lager yeast but at warmer temperatures like a California Common with some wheat also used alongside the barley. Full of American…  More info

To Øl Sundancer
$3.20

Two Roads Ol' Factory Pils

36cl, 5%
Two Roads Brewing Company

A refreshing Pilsner from the Two Roads Brewery in Connecticut, USA. However, this is not your standard Pils - they've dry-hopped it using American and German hops, bringing in a bite of tasty hop…  More info

Two Roads Ol' Factory Pils
$2.48

Vale Amber Lager

33cl, 4.5%
Vale Brewing

Amber Lager from Vale Brewing, designed using Pale, Munich, Crystal and Carafa roasted malt for a full flavoured and complex style of beer.  More info

Vale Amber Lager

Vale Lager

33cl, 4.5%
Vale Brewing

Every winemaker knows that you can't survive a harvest without beer. Or in Australia, quite a lot of beer, probably. Luckily for the winemakers of the McLaren Vale, Vale Ales have been producing…  More info

Vale Lager
$2.70

Veltins Pilsener

50cl, 4.8%
Brauerei C. & A. Veltins

Classic German Pilsener from Meschede-Grevenstein made with natural mountain spring water.  More info

Veltins Pilsener
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Victory Prima Pils

36cl, 5.3%
Victory Brewing Company

A marvellous Pils from Victory Brewing in Pennsylvania, boasting a sizeable helping of hoppy bitterness alongside the refreshing, vanilla-y creaminess.  More info

Victory Prima Pils
$2.46

Vocation Pure Pilsner

33cl, 4.5%
Vocation Brewery

Classic Czech style Pilsner from West Yorkshire brewery Vocation, made with traditional Pilsner malt and European hops.  More info

Vocation Pure Pilsner
$2.68

Weird Beard Faithless Spreadsheet Ninja

33cl, 5.5%
Weird Beard Brew Company

A black pilsner inspired by the beers of Japan from Weird Beard brewers in West London, made with carafa malt and a hint of roasted barley, alongside Summit, Hersbrucker and Sorachi Ace hops.  More info

Weird Beard Faithless Spreadsheet Ninja

Weird Beard Traditional Spreadsheet Ninja

33cl, 5.5%
Weird Beard Brew Company

When faced with a shortage of Citra hops, Weird Bread Brew Co. decided to make some variations of their Spreadsheet Ninja pilsner! The Traditional Spreadsheet Ninja is made using Saaz hops, which is…  More info

Weird Beard Traditional Spreadsheet Ninja

Westerham Bohemian Rhapsody

33cl, 5%
Westerham Brewery

A Czech-style Pilsner from Westerham Brewery in Kent made with Czech-grown Saaz hops and English lager malt. Fermented with a lager yeast and cold conditioned for 4 weeks. Magnifico, a queen among…  More info

Westerham Bohemian Rhapsody

White Rhino Lager

33cl, 4.8%
White Rhino

An Indian lager from the White Rhino Brewing Co., produced in Malanpur (just a few hours away from New Dehli). It's produced using Pilsner and Vienna malts alongside a trio of hops - Hallertauer,…  More info

White Rhino Lager
$2.68

Whitstable Kentish Lager

50cl, 4.1%
Whitstable Brewery

A refreshing lager from the Maidstone-based Whitstable Brewery, made with Saaz hops. Enjoy well-chilled on a warm evening. It's got a rather pleasing illustration of a harbour scene on the label - so…  More info

Whitstable Kentish Lager
$3.64

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