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Sub 4.5% beers
Posted by Jason on 2023-05-23 03:14:58
Agreed, but I'm still a little uncomfortable with the word 'Leicht' which, as you'll know, is almost exclusively for under 3.5% beers (normally under 2.5%. It also suggests that the beer would also be 'light' in taste, which is not what we're referring to. A schankbier is probably the style, though it's rare. 

Being British, I really appreciate the quality that a 3.8% beer can bring, especially at the beginning of a session, a work night or on a warm day. And good quality Pilsner Urquell (tankovna) I can drink all day at 4.4%. Small differences in taste but fairly large ones in alcohol content. 
         Sub 4.5% beers by JackAnderton on  2023-05-26 12:28:01
         Sub 4.5% beers by Rob Sterowski on  2023-05-27 04:19:35
           Sub 4.5% beers by Mosquit on  2023-05-27 20:50:09
             Sub 4.5% beers by Jason  on  2023-05-31 01:05:06
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