Beer "Bitburger" Premium Pils, in can, 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase "Bitburger" Premium Pils, in can, 0.5 L
Beer bright gold color.
Beer taste pure, delicate, harmonious, refreshing, with hints of malt and bitter hops. Bright, pleasant, long finish filled with hop bitterness.
The aroma is dominated by beer crisp cereal tones there are nuances of yeast and herbs.
Beer can be used as an aperitif, with Japanese and German cuisine, cheeses, poultry dishes and fish.
"Bitburger" is the most popular draft beer from the Germans. Created two centuries ago brewed only the best raw materials, in accordance with the German Purity Law. His fresh, perfect taste and characteristic aroma imparted bitter hop varieties, makes "Bitburger" Premium Pils so popular.
Invented for the brand in the early 1930s and officially used since 1951 beer slogan - "Bitte ein Bit" contributed to even greater success beer "Bitburger". Two years in a row - in 2009 and 2010, Pilsener from Bitburger getting at home, "a hit of the year" and "best-seller of the year." The prestigious German magazine drinks "Getranke Zeitung" called him "the best" in the category "German beer."
Brand "Bitburger" has always been the number one beer brand to sponsor amateur and professional sports. Particularly active "Bitburger" involved in the development of football at both regional and national levels. Known brand long-term partnership with the German Football Association (DFB) and the national team.
Family holding Bitburger Braugruppe, located in Bitburg, owns breweries in five regions of Germany (some of them trace their history to the XV century): Bitburger, Kostritzer Schwarzbierbrauerei, Konig-Brauerei, Licher and Wernesgruner. Thus, Bitburger Braugruppe integrates production portfolio a number of national and regional brands.
In 2012, the company produced about Bitburger 750 million liters of beer, alcoholic cocktails and soft drinks. Bitburger holds a leading position in the country, exported to more than 60 countries. Beer company is made from high quality raw materials, both in controlled laboratory breweries, as well as directly in the growing areas: clean water, two lines of spring barley, aromatic hops, mostly from the Hallertau (Bavaria) and its own proprietary yeast.