More often than not, lagers in Britain and mainland Europe are broadly in the style of the Pilsner beer, originating and developed in today’s Czech Republic and Germany. The Pilsner style is arguably the influential style of beer in history.
TASTE NOTE:Pilsner is a pale straw beer with a herbal lemon aroma. In the mouth the beer is crisp and light with clean fruit notes. The finish is brisk and refreshing leaving a dry citrus linger.
AwardsInternational Beer Challenge Silver (Tasting) 2013, International Beer Challenge Silver (Tasting) 2014, Taste of the West Award Silver 2014, World Beer Awards Best Pilsner 2013, World Beer Cup Bronze 2014, World's Best Lager at World Beer Awards Gold 2013
Taste Note:This medium bodied lager is refreshing, malty, with a well-balanced bitterness. Slight fruity aroma tones with a rounded finish make this incredibly appetizing.
Taste Note:This pale gold pilsner hits the senses with light fresh malt sweetness on the palate, quickly cleared with a balanced light hop that lingers long enough to invite the next mouthful.
Tests on ancient pottery reveal that brewing fermented alcoholic drinks in Asia dates as far back as 7,000 BC, with the first known commercial breweries set up in the early 1800s following the introduction of European style beer to the continent.
Every Asian country has some great beers to offer, and for authenticity’s sake, many people like to pair regional foods with their corresponding regional beers. However, most Asian beers can pair well with a variety of Asian and Western dishes alike.
Bottle ABV 4.8%, Keg ABV 4.3%
Taste Note:Bright and vibrant gold in colour. A satisfyingly smooth mouthfeel with a gentle carbonation. Well-balanced soft fruit tones overlaying a subtle maltiness. Slightly hoppy with lingering, cleansing dryness.
In August 1933, Phya Bhirom Bhakdi's close relationship with the King earned him a license to build Thailand’s first brewery. The famous Boon Rawd brewery was born. As he predicted, the balance of bitter and sweet flavours quickly captured the loyalty of Thailand’'s beer drinkers.
Created with Thai food in mind, Singha, a quality pilsner-style lager, is a great beer to enjoy with or without food.
Taste Note:Clear and straw coloured with a floral, herbal and slightly peppery aroma, Singha has a fresh zesty taste, a hoppy bitter dryness with a fruity sweetness and a clean finish.
American lager is renowned for being very pale, delicate and a crisp finish that is satisfyingly quaffable. In the mid 1800’s American lagers were developed by German immigrants bringing Pilsner recipes from their Bavarian homeland.