Not a Beer Person? Try These Light Lagers from Around the World
Joshua M. Bernstein
For much of the last century, beer drinkers around the world have been in love with lagers. The appeal is understandable: The cold-fermented beers are crisp, refreshing, and suitable for situations ranging from sweltering tropical afternoons to cutting the heat of fiery Sichuan fare. America has, and cherishes, Budweiser. But how well do you know these 59 other lagers from around the globe?
Joshua M. Bernstein has written for The New York Times, New York magazine, and Imbibe, where he's a contributing editor. He is also the author of Brewed Awakening and he lives in Brooklyn, where he leads homebrew tours.