Welsh Beers

Primus Pils

Radeberger started in 1872 in Radeberg, a suburb of Dresden.
The beer, now called Radeberger Pilsner was brewed for a period for the King of Saxony.
As purveyor to the Royal Court of Saxony and the preferred brew of Prince Otto von Bismark, Radeberger Pilsener was not only highly praised but also soon drunk all over Germany. It was the first brewery in Germany to brew beer exclusively in the Pilsener style and which is still in existence today. It pours a golden yellow with a fluffy foamy head. The aroma is of hops and grains. The taste starts with hops, malt and hints of some light citrus tones. This is a light bodied beer with a bit of bitterness in the finish. A very good example of a German pilsener.

330ml 4.8% alc

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