German Lager

Not overly bitter but fully hopped. Golden color and not overly malted. If you like a hoppy brew but not bitter this is a good choice. A mix of Hallertau, Tettenanger, and Saaz hops are used to make a full compliment of flavour with a lingering taste after the first gulp. It is made to be similar to the Becks style of beer but without the German style yeast. One of Trevor's favorite quaffs.

Full Batch (48L) $150.00

Each batch of beer yields approximately 48 litres. Beer bottling options

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