Bars & Nightlife

Albert’s Schloss Has Created Its Own Manchester-Inspired Pilsner Beer

By Laura O'Neill

The best of Manchester meets the best of Munich.

Over the past few years, Albert’s Schloss has made a name for itself in the rainy city for
providing an unrivalled selection of Bavarian biers to the people of Manchester. Now
the bohemian bier palace is taking all its learnings and putting its own stamp on
the bier scene.

Photo: albertsschloss

Albert’s Schloss ‘Bier Masters’ have created a fresh and unpasteurised Bavarian-style
pilsner made in accordance with Reinheitsgebot – the German bier purity law. Made with
English hops combined with traditional malt and yeast from Munich.

A spokesman for Schloss said this marriage of Bavarian bier supremacy and Manchester passion creates a truly unique new pilsner and sums up exactly what Albert’s Schloss is about – the best of Manchester meets the best of Munich.


Photo: albertsschloss

The spokesman said the team at Albert’s Schloss have learnt that bier is always best when it’s unpasteurised, so have decided to serve their new bier fresh for the purest possible taste. And to create something a little bit more sessionable, the team has concocted a brau that sits just between a Pilsner Urquell and a Paulaner, but slightly less hoppy, boasting a peachy nose and a nutty body that’s topped off with a creamy finish!

Manchester Rein is available now.

Also published on Medium.