In 1870, the Amstel brewery was founded by two friends in Amsterdam. They brewed a new, Bavaria-style lager beer that became an instant favourite. Now, almost 150 years later, not only the Dutch, but people from all over the world know the excellent quality of Amstel. It has a bright golden colour with a creamy white head. It's flavour profiles are malted and floral with slightly fruity traces. In the mouth the body is light and slightly silky. The flavour has a rich malty character, bitterness a bit more shy than the average Pilsner. The finish is refreshing with a fleeting presence fruity and medium bitterness. An interesting lager, refreshing and rich in character of the grain.
|Coupler Type||S Type|
|Cost per Pint||£1.80|
|Keg Size||11 Gallon (Approx. 88 Imperial Pints)|