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Our Best British Lagers to try this year. Made in Great Britain takes a look at some top lagers brewed in the UK. You might have a favourite lager that you tend to stick to when on a night out or having a few indoors. But we’d like to introduce you to a few that you might not have heard of.
All of the lagers on our list are either available in selected supermarkets or can be purchased directly online. So sit back a and take a few moments to look through our list, in no particular order.
Brew Dog are a carbon negative company and have purchased land in Scotland where they are creating their own forest. Their Lost Lager, Brewed in Fraserburgh, Scotland it is 4.7% and is a dry-hopped Pilsner made with classic German Saphir hops, giving vibrant citrus and stone-fruit notes. Built from Bavarian yeast, it has a crisp clean taste. They also have a range of IPA’s and splendidly named craft ales with a variety of strengths and tastes. Brew Dog are quickly becoming one of the worlds best loved and most sustainable brands. Help protect the environment and get boozed up at the same time.
British Lager Brand trying to stamp its name on the craft lager industry. British Lager is just that. 100% British made using British malts and hops and working with some of the UK’s finest suppliers. First impressions are that it has a strikingly good look, with its Union Jack incorporated into its logo design, and the red, white and blue colours. 5% Abv
Skinny Booze have a range of British made lagers and premium lagers. They are low carb and low sugar as well as being vegan friendly. Skinny booze display all the nutritional info on their website. They have many other great British lagers, beers and wines and ciders available. Be sure to check as not all are made in the UK.
Meantime’s London Lagers makes our list of 10 of the Best British Lagers for 2020. Created using East Anglian malt and Golding’s hops, it has a refreshing, crisp, full flavour lager that is born straight out of London with the Meantime name coming from their roots in Greenwich back in 1999. Available online and supermarkets including Tesco and Waitrose.
Price – 330ml Bottle – £1.80
Brewed by Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewery, this beautiful pale lager is hoppy, but blends with floral flavours rather than the bitterness and hoppy aftertaste that is normally associated with craft beers.
Price – 24 x 330ml Bottles – £33.00
Camden Hells, a London favourite, is a unique soft hopped lager, mixing two of their favourite German beer styles – Helles and Pilsner. This makes for a beautifully clean, crisp beer, that just goes down so smoothly. Available at Tesco, Waitrose, M&S and Sainsbury’s. Bars throughout Britain and their online shop.
Price – 12 x 500ml bottles – £26
Korev, KO.REV ( COR-EFF ) This unique Cornish lager is brewed in the Helles style. Using Magnum, Hersbrucker and Saaz hopps, for a delicate, cleam crisp taste. It also has a even balance of bitter and sweet.
Price – 4 x 330ml cans – £7