In Mexico at the end of the 19th century, German expats began commercially brewing the Vienna-style lagers they were used to, which have now loosely become the Mexican lagers we see exported to U.S. shelves. It would be too easy to say, though, that contemporary American-made, Mexican-style lagers are Vienna lagers. Now brewers are interpreting this cultural inspiration in different ways.
pFriem Mexican Lager was inspired by the lagers of Mexico that are light, crisp, and refreshing. We made this beer with malted barley and corn. It was lightly hopped, and is crisp and dry. We love Mexican lagers, but felt there was something left for the longing. We tried to fill this longing with pFriem’s version of this famous style.
White foam on top of a bright light blonde body, enhanced by a wedge of lime. Aromas of light corn, orange blossom, and a hint of Mexican beach. Clean flavors of balanced malt enlighten by savory notes from the Jacobson Sea Salt. Lifts off the tongue nicely with a finish that desires more.
Just about anything in the Mexican cuisine. Great with delicate fish- Mai Mai, Tilapia, Cod, Tuna, and Red Snapper. Great with shellfish- clams, crab, and scallops. Excellent with Sushi. Light pasta dishes work well with oil based or creamed sauces.