Pils 4,9% ABV
Pale golden color, raw beer. Jever is the mythical Pils of Northern Germany,it delivers fresh and dry aromas with persistent bitterness. Well structured taste with herbaceous and floral hints, creamy froth.
|Country of origin: Germany|
|Bitterness: 40 IBU|
|Serving Temperature: 6/8 °C|
THE STRONG AND AUTHENTIC TASTE OF THE NORTH
Jever was founded in 1848 at the "Friesisches Brauhaus zu Jever". At that time it was one of the many breweries in the area, but the founder Diedrich König immediately convinced himself that his beer had something special. After his death, the beer passed into the hands of his son and then of the entrepreneur Theodor Fetköter who not only relaunched the production of Jever Pilsener in grand style, but also endowed the town of Friesland with a modern water system. Jever Pilsener represents excellence in the world of Pils so much that the "Jever taste" has become a reference point and Jever is one of the best-selling beers in Germany.
FOR TRUE CONNOISSEURS
Jever is a beer for those who have chosen an independent and uncompromising life, driven by the values of authenticity and individuality. The typical Jever consumer considers himself an expert in those beers that are suitable for relaxation and pleasure. Its rather high bitterness is one of its most appreciated characteristics. Water, malt and hops from northern Germany are the only ingredients according to the German Beer Purity Law of 1516.
DESCRIPTION AND FOOD PAIRING
Pale gold color, limpid beer with white, compact and persistent froth.
Fresh, dry aroma with persistent bitterness.
Well structured and bitter, dry, creamy froth; rich in herbaceous and floreal aromas.
Excellent as an aperitif, it pairs well with vegetable soups, light soups, pasta dishes with sweet and aromatic sauces, pork and lamb meat, grilled fish, artichockes, chicory, cheese, and pizza topped with spicy vegetables.