Brewer's Advent Day #8: Wiener Lager

Did you know that the beer style Wiener Lager was invented in Vienna already in 1841? Anton Dreher was the name of the master brewer who knew how to brew this copper-colored lager at its best. At that time, he recognized the importance of fermentation and storage at very low temperatures. He built many cellars and installed one of the first refrigeration machines in the world in his brewery. This enabled him to artificially produce ice and keep his cellars cool even in summer. His findings were soon implemented all over the world.

Egerer Wiener Lager: Light copper, cream-colored foam. Light hop notes followed by caramel. Nice effervescence. Malt aroma dominates and is accompanied by subtle hop bitterness.

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