Binding Romer Pils

Romer Pils is a German pale pilsener with a strength of 4.9%, brewed by the Binding brewery in the city of Frankfurt. This full-flavoured Pilsner beer was launched in the 1930’s by the Binding brewery of Frankfurt and is named after the ancient city hall. It is an authentic classic Pilsner and has a crisp, refreshing flavour with a herby, spicy hop character, leading to a dry, bitter hop finish.

Romer Pilsener Spezial is another version of this beer, and is the brewery “premium pilsener. The wide range of Binding beers also includes a full-flavoured malty Export, a dark, fruity altbier called Kutscher Alt, and a strong, dark double bock with a complex fruity flavour, called Carolus der Starke, named after Karl the Great, one of the founders of Frankfurt.

The label features Frankfurt’s eagle emblem, and this Pils beer is by far the most famous light beer sold in the region. Other beers in the portfolio are Ice, Export, Black Lager and of course the Marzen.

DETAILS
Brewery: Binding Brauerei
Brewed at: Frankfurt
Beer style: Pilsner
Appearance: golden straw
Strength: 4.9% ABV
Serving temperature: 46°F

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