Amstel Brewery European Lager 12 oz bot
On June 11, 1870, the first stone for the Amstel Brewery in Amsterdam was laid. The new brewery was the brainchild of two Amsterdam businessmen, De Pester and J.H. van Marwijk Kooy, who were responding to the skyrocketing popularity of Bavarian beers in Holland. And although there were already 559 breweries in Holland at that time, only two brewed Bavarian-style “lager” beer. Their instincts paid off. By 1886, the Amstel Brewery was the city’s largest brewer of lager beer. It took off outside the country, too, and by 1883, Amstel was being exported. In 1980, Amstel Light was born. It is now a leading imported light lager in the United States.
|Review||This bright golden colored lager beer pours brilliantly clear, with spritzy effervescence and a slight head. The beer tastes clean and refreshing with some mild cereal notes and some delicate hop bitterness. The finish is clean and relatively swift|