Pure Pilsner

4% ABV Lager

Built on a foundation of PURE Community, PURE Quality and PURE Eco this exceptional 4% Pilsner lager, brewed on our Warwickshire Farm abides by the Purity laws (Reinheitsgebot) our business was built upon. 

Lagered for no less that 4 weeks & made from only 4 key ingredients (water, malt, hops and yeast) Pure Pilsner follows an authentic Pilsner recipe with that Purity twist. 

Brewed with the very best locally sourced British hops, Pilgrim, Challenger, Goldings and Jester alongside East Anglian mals enutres our carbon footprint is kep to an absolute minimum whilst not compromising on tase or aroma. 

Our gluten free beers are reduced to a threshold of less than 20 ppm (parts per million) which in the UK is regarded as Gluten Free (not in Europe). Although brewed with glutenous cereal, to achieve Gluten Free status we add an enzyme (Brewers Clarex) during the conditioning of the beer. This enzyme does not affect the taste but just denatures the Gluten. Using Brewers Clarex is a well-known & common practice across the brewing industry, and we are proud that many of our beers can be called ‘Gluten Free’

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Built on a foundation of PURE Community, PURE Quality and PURE Eco this exceptional 4% Pilsner lager, brewed on our Warwickshire Farm abides by the Purity laws (Reinheitsgebot) our business was built upon. 

Lagered for no less that 4 weeks & made from only 4 key ingredients (water, malt, hops and yeast) Pure Pilsner follows an authentic Pilsner recipe with that Purity twist. 

Brewed with the very best locally sourced British hops, Pilgrim, Challenger, Goldings and Jester alongside East Anglian mals enutres our carbon footprint is kep to an absolute minimum whilst not compromising on tase or aroma. 

Our gluten free beers are reduced to a threshold of less than 20 ppm (parts per million) which in the UK is regarded as Gluten Free (not in Europe). Although brewed with glutenous cereal, to achieve Gluten Free status we add an enzyme (Brewers Clarex) during the conditioning of the beer. This enzyme does not affect the taste but just denatures the Gluten. Using Brewers Clarex is a well-known & common practice across the brewing industry, and we are proud that many of our beers can be called ‘Gluten Free’

  • The Numbers
    - 4% ABV
  • Tasting Notes
    With aromas of wholegrain bread and honey, complemented by a malty, sweet biscuit flavour
  • Food Pairing
    Classic British Fish and Chips

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