America again – I’m definitely moving. Specifically, 10 Barrel Brewing Co. which started brewing in 2006 in Bend, Oregon. This brewery offers a selection of beers, but today’s choice is the simply named (and logo’d) Pub Beer. 10 Barrel’s website is great,… Read more 10 Barrel Brewing Co Pub Beer – America doesn’t understand pubs
From my BeerBods selection. I really like dark lagers. Their rarity compared to the ubiquity of lighter lagers in the UK leads to an air of mystery and excitement which always leaves me intrigued. So I was very excited when… Read more 71 Brewing, Ferrous Red – A fantastic dark lager
I was excited to try this malty pilsner from the Norwegian brewery Amundsen Bryggeri & Spiseri; but that was mostly due to it being in one of those wide-topped cans that I find particularly satisfying to open. (Nope, I don’t… Read more Amundsen Run To The Pils – Just don’t run too far to pick one up
The only lager on offer in a local Turkish restaurant is this little number – Efes Draft from Turkish brewer Anadolu Efes, based in Istanbul. Previously, they offered Efes Pilsen; this is the first time I’ve come across the “draft” variety –… Read more Anadolu Efes Efes Draft – Turkish Delight
I found this one hidden away in my local Lidl (also available from other well known high street supermarkets…). The Bee 17 from Swedish brewery Backyard Brew is a dry hopped pilsner. The brewery itself exists as an experimental workshop… Read more Backyard Brew The Bee 17 – Easy drinking bitter lager
I recently ordered a deal from Flavourly.com which was supposed to contain 10 cans of 4 crowdsourced beers, brewed by Bad Co. in collaboration with Flavourly. Unfortunately it seems the demand for the beers was a little too high, and… Read more Bad Co. Das Model Craft Pilsner – Easy drinking with a fruity twist
Another lager for me today – Berliner Pilsner. This one confused me from the start, as I haven’t had it before, and wanted to do a bit of research into it. The name itself is also a general style of… Read more Berliner Pilsner – Disappointing, confused lager
Despite the snow, I fancied a nice cold lager, so reached for something I haven’t tried before – Blue Point Brewing’s Toasted Lager. I’ve had the Mosaic Session IPA from Blue Point Brewing before, but I think this is the… Read more Blue Point Brewing Toasted Lager – Easy drinking lager with a nice crisp taste
Today it’s a bottle of Vienna Waltz from Brewhive – this was sent to me by Flavourly when the beers I wanted weren’t in stock – I now understand why (Brewhive are now owned by Flavourly.com, although sadly this means the Brewhive website… Read more Brewhive Vienna Waltz – A lager for ballroom dancing?
The makers of Camden Hells, Camden Town Brewery, produced this lager as the lovechild of two German beer styles, Helles and Pilsner, hence the name. It certainly has characteristics of both; using pilsner malt and producing a light, bright colour… Read more Camden Town Brewery Hells – What the hells?