Mexican Lager: A Style Often ‘Crisp, Light And Balanced’

Mexican lager: Does anyone truly know the definition?

An increasing number of craft breweries are producing Mexican lagers, but the beer style is not a category for judges at the Great American Beer Festival, the Grammys of the brewing industry. So, I asked three breweries selling Mexican lagers to provide their definitions.

“They are lager beers that have brewing techniques that were passed on from Germany,” says Josh Pfriem, the brewmaster and cofounder of pFriem Family Brewers in Hood River, Oregon. “Many of these beers use high levels of corn as adjunct for fermentability and flavor. These beers range from being bright, light and blonde in color to

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