Carlsberg Danish Pilsner (500ml Can)
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PRODUCT DETAILS: Carlsberg Pilsner is a premium Danish lager with a 5% ABV. It's a crisp, refreshing, perfectly balanced beer that has a full flavor and hoppy aroma. Carlsberg Danish Pilsner is brewed with the principals learned from over 100 years brewing experience to produce a lager with distinctive citrus and floral hop aromas that delivers great depth of flavor, making it the perfect beer for those that value authentic and quality drinking experiences. That's why at Carlsberg we've been brewing our finest beer since 1869.
Carlsberg originates from Copenhagen, Denmark. J.C Jacobsen, our founder, brewed Denmark's first ever pint using a yeast that became the basis for many modern-day imitations. In fact, almost all modern-day lagers are derived from the original yeast, Saccharomyces Carlsbergensis, used to brew Carlsberg.
Carlsberg was launched in Nepal in 1995 catering to the discerning taste of beer consumers of Nepal. Carlsberg has been specially appreciated in its quest for perfection and quality. Carlsberg has been able to capture considerable share in the urban markets and is a leading brand in the premium segment.
Enjoy the perfect Bottle of Carlsberg at home or in your favorite restaurant! Will small refinements make a big difference, and create the most balanced pilsner beer in the world? Probably.
- CATEGORY: Pilsner
- ORIGIN: Denmark
- ABV: 5%
- IBU: 18
- TASTING NOTES: Apple, Crisp, Floral, Grainy, Grassy, Hoppy, Malty, Smooth
- FOOD PAIRING: Chicken, Cured Meats, Fish - Meaty & Oily, Fish - White, Fruit - Sweet, Lamb, Nuts, Turkey
- SUGGESTED GLASSWARE: Carlsberg Pint Glass, Stein/Pub Mug, Snifter/Goblet/Chalice
BREWED IN: Nepal
FUN FACTS: Carlsberg Research Laboratory invented the pH scale.
S.P.L. Sørensen was Director of the Carlsberg Laboratory’s Department of Chemistry from 1901 to 1938. In 1909, he developed the pH scale - a method for specifying the level of acidity or alkalinity of a solution on a scale from 0-14 and demonstrated the significance of pH for biochemical reactions, including those involved in brewing.
With the invention of the pH scale, Carlsberg could ensure high quality of every beer. The applications of the pH scale have since been countless throughout all fields.