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A crisp, refreshing craft lager, made by Braybrooke Brewery in Market Harborough. This 'mini-Pilsner' is inspired by classic Czech lagers, made using German hops, on a Hungarian brew kit, by an Italian brewer. For us, the wonderful coming together of different cultures is precisely what makes it a very English beer indeed.
Product Code: QVG-BE1911
"Interesting & very nice"
I would recommend this wine
"Larger brewed the proper way, absolutely brilliant!"
I would recommend this wine
"Interesting & very nice"
Weardale Gazette 14th Aug 2019
Hungarian brew kit, Italian brewer and Czech in style. Brewed especially for
the Wine Society by Braybrooke Beer Co. in Leicestershire in the image of a
Czech Pils and in accordance with the Reinheitsgebot, this is one of the most
enjoyable Pilsners I've had! Unfiltered and unpasteurised, it's packed with
flavour and simply delicious. German hops balance the sweet dried pasta-like
malt giving a rounded and refreshing taste. With good head retention and a
balanced 3.8% abv you can adequately refresh. It's even got the classic hoppy
Pilsner finish. - Alexander Lomas"
Times of Tunbridge Wells 31st Jul 2019
"Vegan-friendly English craft lager for Pilsner fans.
From the Leicestershire/ Northamptonshire border with love comes this
scrumptious riff on the classic Czech beer style, with a crisp and clean mouth
feel, measured malt flavours and a dry hoppy finish that makes you want to
start drinking it all over again. It's the first beer to bear The Wine
Society's name, and was made with German hops and malts by an Italian at craft
lager specialists Braybrooke Beer Co, using a Hungarian brew kit. Unfiltered
and unpasteurised to retain maximum flavour, it's thirst-quenching and very
stylish - an ideal bottom-fermented beer for those witty conversations with
friends. - James Viner"
Sunday Express 21st Jul 2019
"Made by Braybrooke
Beer Co, which only makes lager, this is very balanced and delicious, with
savoury, earthy, tangy and hoppy flavours and some attractive brightness. It's
made in the same way as the clessic Czech pilsners. - Jamie Goode"
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