other lagers

Contrary to popular American beliefs, not all lagers are light in color or character. What defines a lager is that they are fermented at cool temperatures (45-56 °F). This cooler fermentation results in a longer fermentation period. Lagers are often, but not always, stored or “lagered” at cool temperatures to further mature and refine the flavor. There are dark lagers, light lagers, bitter lagers, malty lagers and giant high alcohol lagers. Explore the world of lagers beyond Pilsners.

Beer NamePrice
Aventinus Doppelbock (500ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™9.25
Ayinger Alt Dunkel (500ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™6.75
Ayinger Jahrhundert (500ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™6.75
Bohemian Altus (355ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™5.50
Celebrator (330ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™6.50
Epic Double Skull (651ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™8.50
Full Sail Bock (355ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™5.50
Full Sail Session Black (325ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™4.75
Kulmbacher Schwarzbier (500ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™8.50
Lev Black Lion (500ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™6.50
Meantime Smoked Bock (750ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™11.25
Negra Modelo (355ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™4.75
Pinkus Munster Alt (500ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™6.50
Samichlaus (355ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™8.50
Spaten Oktoberfest (355ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™5.50
Wasatch Devastator (355ml)RateBeer™  Untappd™5.50