Blond beer of low yeasting and average alcohol content. Originally from the city of Pilsen in Czech and the most common type of beer in the world.
A lager, usually light in color. It draws its name from the town of Pilsen, in Bohemia in the Czech Republic.
Style of bottom-fermented light-coloured beer with a very pronounced taste of hops.
A pale lager beer, highly hopped. It takes its name from the town of Pilzen in Czechoslovakia where the bottom fermentation process producing a pale beer was invented in 1842. Lager is often used as a synonym for pils.