PILSIn 1841, the City of Pilsen (Czech Rep) hired Bavarian Braumeister Joseph Groll to brew a pale lager. This brew became known as “Pilsner” after its birthplace and is the most copied style in the world today. Because only beer brewed in Pilsen can be called Pilsner (i.e. Champagne only comes from the Champagne region of France), we call our beer “Pils”. Our Pils is a true northern German-style that is delicate, pale, dry and crisp, with an assertive noble hop bitterness and delicate hop aroma.

5.0% ABV 35 IBU

Suggested Food Pairings:

Salty foods, pizza, cured meats(ham), and steak. Also great with lighter fare like salads, fish, and chicken.

Suggested Cheese Pairings:

Hard spicy and peppery cheeses including sharp cheddar and asiago

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