|European Pale Full Lager|
Full-strength, bottom-fermenting pale lager. These beers are typically crisp and dry with a low level of hop or malt flavour. The body can be thin and colour normally ranges from very pale to dark bronze and carbonation is high and often forced. Many of the most common, mass-produced lager brands fall into this category. Better examples of this style are often brewed according to traditional brewing methods (not in modernised mass-production breweries).