|Polish Pale Full Lager|
Full-strength, smooth, bottom-fermenting pale lager. Typically crisp and dry, but with a low level of hop presence and little malt flavour. These beers are light-bodied and colour normally ranges from very pale to dark bronze. 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). Unpasteurised and unfiltered variants are more likely to have some residual character.