LAGERS & PILSNERS
Germany has the oldest brewing culture in the world. A pilsner is actually a lager from the Czech Republic in a town called Plzen. The main difference between a lager and a pilsner is the higher hops in pilsners and the difference in yeast used. That means that a Pilsner is really just a spicier and more hop flavored Lager.
Bitburger Pilsner, Bitburger Brauerei, 4.8 ABV, $5
Commerzienrat Riegele Privat, Brauhaus Riegele, 5.2 ABV, $6
DAB Dortmunder, Dortmunder Actien-Brauerei, 5.5 ABV, $5
Hofbräu Original, Staatliches Hofbräuhaus München, 5.1 ABV, $5
Spaten, Spaten-Franziskaner-Löwenbräu-Gruppe, 5.2 ABV, $5
Natur Radler Grapefruit, Paulaner Brauerei, 2.5 ABV, $5
Augustiner Light, Lager – Helles, 5.2% ABV, $6
König Pilsener, Pilsner, 4.9% ABV, $5
Reissdorf Kölsch, Kölsch, 4.8 ABV, $6
Also known as Hefeweizen, a German wheat beer from Bavaria, Germany, Hefe is German for “yeast” and weizen means “wheat”, literally translating to an unfiltered wheat beer with yeast.
Doppelbock Aventinus (TAP06), Schneider Weisse G. Schneider & Sohn, 8.2 ABV, $8
Original (TAP07), Schneider Weisse G. Schneider & Sohn, 5.4 ABV, $8
Krombacher Weizen, Krombacher Gruppe, 5.3 ABV, $5
Weißbier-Zitrone Alkoholfrei, Paulaner Brauerei, .05 ABV, $5
Eidelweisse Wiessen TAP 4, Schneider Weisse, 6.2 ABV, $7
Schöfferhofer Grapefruit, Hefeweizen, 5 ABV, $5
Most popular in Leipzig, Germany, the Gose is a warm fermented beer that originated from Goslar, Germany. Usually brewed with at least 50% of the grain bill being malted wheat, the dominant flavors include lemon sourness, herbal characteristics and strong saltiness.
Original Leipziger Bier, 4.6 ABV, $7