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Craft Beer Times | Beer Reviews | Lagers


Lagers are a category of beer known for their clean, crisp, and refreshing characteristics. This type of beer is brewed using bottom-fermenting yeast strains, which are fermented at cooler temperatures and then conditioned for a longer period of time. Lagers are typically golden to pale in color and have a smooth and mellow flavor profile. They are known for their smoothness and excellent carbonation, making them easy and enjoyable to drink. Lagers come in various styles, including pale lagers, pilsners, bocks, and Oktoberfest beers, each with unique taste profiles and brewing traditions. Whether enjoyed during a hot summer day or paired with a hearty meal, lagers are a classic beer category loved by many for their refreshing and satisfying qualities.