Lager beers usually have a clean, crisp aroma and flavour profile and can range in colour from pale to dark. Lager, the world’s most popular type of beer by volume consumed, gets its name from the German word “Lager”, which means storeroom or warehouse. Historically these beers were stored for a long periods of time in cold storage rooms, or even caves beneath ground.


Modeled after the classic beer of Mexico! Light-bodied, crisp and clean. Drop in a wedge of lime and let our Cerveza take you to a white sand beach overlooking the Pacific. Don’t forget the sunblock!

Bitterness 8 IBU
Malts Pale, Flaked Rice
OG 1.044
Hops Columbus
Colour Straw, golden

Serve at 7C / 45F

Munich Dark Lager

Since the mid-19th century, this dark beer has been brewed in the Bavarian city of Munich. Our version is characterized by a delicate sweet maltiness, and a toasted nutty flavour.

Bitterness 20 IBU
Malts Pale, Munich, Crystal Wheat, Chocolate
OG 1.055
Hops Perle
Colour Dark brown

Serve at 9C / 48F


The original pilsner was brewed in the Czech Republic in 1842. Now, it is known for its generous quantities of hops. Our medium-bodied, golden pilsner is a clean, satisfying beer.

Bitterness 35 IBU
Malts Pale, Carapils
OG 1.052
Hops Columbus, Mt. Hood, Saaz
Colour Pale to golden

Serve at 9C / 48F

Premium Lager

Premium Lager is a crisp, easy to drink beer with a lower alcohol level to bring out the freshness and aroma profile of a true to style all-grain beer.

Bitterness 12 IBU
Malts Pale, Wheat and Vienna
OG 1.043-1.045
Hops Columbus, Mt. Hood
Colour Pale straw

Serve at 9C / 48F