About the American Pale Lager

The American Pale Lager is meant to be very light, near flavorless, highly carbonated, and served very cold. Originally meant to appeal to diet-conscious consumers, the style originated in the 1940s and began to gain popularity in the 1970s. By the 1990s, this Light Lager became the best-selling beer style in the United States.

Coastline Lager is an American Pale Lager by Due South Brewing Co. that blends bready malt and corn with subtle notes of citrus and spicy hops.

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Sam ’76 is an American Pale Lager brewed by the Boston Beer Company that features a light blend of cracker malt and honey; gently hopped with pine and citrus.

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PC Pils is an American Pale Lager by Founders Brewing Co. that’s light and refreshing with a big hoppy bite of pine and citrus.

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