The term Lager is a cognate of ligrs, Gothic for "place of lying(down)"The common characteristic is that lager is ‘bottom-fermented’ – that is, the yeast sinks to the bottom of the fermentation container, where it carries out a slower fermentation, giving the resulting beer a clean, subtle flavour.
Lagers tend to be golden or pale in colour and should be served well chilled for maximum enjoyment.
Perfect match: lightly spiced foods, red and smoked meats.
A type of beer that is fermented and conditioned at low temperatures.
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