Pilsner originally came from the Bohemian city of Pilsen. By 1842, the pale beer revolution had begun and with it came assertive hopping levels. Brewers in northern Germany caught on and began creating their own versions of pilsner beer. These were even paler than their Bohemian counterparts and were made with fairly bitter, hopping rates comparable to American Pale Ales. The Kaiser Pils is a crisp, clean Pilsner Beer with a floral and aromatic hop nose and a malty backbone.
Bacon and Bleu Pizza
This pizza does have some prep work to make the sauce, onions and cook the bacon, but trust us, it’s worth it! Pair with a can of Sly Fox's German Pilsner.View Recipe
Lime-Shrimp Avocado Pasta Salad
This fresh lime shrimp avocado pasta salad is perfect for any get together. Just the right amount of sweetness and spice makes this one of the best shrimp pasta salad recipes out there. Pair it with a nice German Pilsner to increase flavor and happiness.**Shrimp will need to marinate overnight.View Recipe
Fried Fish Tacos
A simple and quick meal, these tacos can be devoured with or without the taco! Fresh, delicate fish is complimented nicely with an assortment of toppings of your choice. Enjoy with a bottle of Diamond Bear German-style Pilsner.View Recipe