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National Bohemian

American-Style Lager /4.52% ABV / Maryland, United States

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Product details

Category
American-Style Lager
Region
Maryland, United States
ABV
4.52%
Tasting Notes
Light, Dry, Grainy, Bready
Food Pairing
Nuts, Beef
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

A Bohemian-style beer, National Bohemian Beer (also known as "Natty Boh") was first brewed by the National Brewing Company in Baltimore, Maryland in 1885. As the name implies, this is a method of beer-making that originated in Europe in the 1800s using Bavarian-style laagering techniques. Similar in flavor to a Pilsner, this style of beer has the unique claim to being “the world’s first golden beer.” Using only the finest ingredients— sparkling pure water, fine grains, choice hops, and a special strain of selected yeast—every batch of Natty Boh is patiently aged resulting in a medium-bodied beer with a smooth color and a distinct hop aroma. We recommend serving this beer chilled, whether from the bottle, can, or a Pilsner glass.

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FAQs

American lagers tend to offer a much lighter body than other styles, very little (or no) bitterness, and lower ABV. Sometimes called "mass market" lagers, production focuses less on complex flavors, and more on reproducing pale, crushable consistency in every can or bottle.
When it comes to flavor, think...neutral, and not in a bad way. There's not too much of any flavor, with a balance of grain and corn flavors, with a low to medium-low hop bitterness. Craft beer drinkers will probably find the hop flavors to be subdued.
The alcohol by volume (ABV) of American lagers is usually in the 4% - 5% range.
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