Lager and Hybrid Beers

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Lagers are crisp and refreshing, especially when describing a Helles or a Pilsner beer style. Moreover, there’s an exciting breadth of variety when you scratch the surface with dunkels, Vienna lagers, bocks, Märzens, and schwarzbiers. When made with love, lagers are veritably clean, interestingly pure, and bear many unique flavours and aromas. We suggest you try some great lagers from the German juggernaut of Augustiner or the Mittenwalder microbrewery, or looking more towards home with Camden Brewery's range of British lagers.

Another interesting beer category are the hybrid beers made with lager yeasts but fermented at ale temperatures: Kölsch, Altbiers, cream ales, and steam beers. Each of these styles are a wonderfully easy drink but with varying degrees of maltiness and bitterness as well some interesting flavours--the Kölsch is sometimes known for its wine-like character whereas steam beers have a noticeably clean finish.

Want to learn more about lagers? Check out the blog post on the difference between lagers and ales.