Style: Mexican Lager
ABV: 4.4 IBU: 18
pFriem Mexican Lager
What the brewers say
What our panel thought
Aroma: “Light grainy, crackery malt with a touch of floral hops. Very attractive and pleasant enough in a accessible way that doesn’t highlight any particular element.”
Flavor: “Very simple but again very clean. Light spicy hops towards the end of the sip try to take over but are quickly complemented by bread, malt sweetness. Well done.”
Overall: “A nice, mellow, easy drinking yellow lager beer. Well-balanced, refreshing overall, and very well made.”
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