Czech Style Pilsner Title

Czech Style Pilsner is a celebration of hops. It was first brewed in the Czech town of Pilsen in 1842 using special yeast smuggled out of Germany by a Czech monk. The region surrounding Pilsen is famous for its hops. Pilsner was the first clear golden brew: beers before it were dark and cloudy. We use imported Bavarian Hallertau and Tettnang aroma hops along with the finest pilsner malt.

Alcohol Volume:   5.2%      Bitterness:   30 IBU     Residual Sugar:   2%
Yeast Strain:   Weihenstephan 34/70     Hops:   Hallertau and Tettnang aroma

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