Lager is a German word which means to store or to rest. A proper lager is a bottom-fermented beer that has been cold stored and matured over a number of weeks before release. Most beer purporting to be lager is in fact mass-produced, pasturised and spends next to no time being cold stored. At Braybrooke we are making a specific type of lager famous in Franconia called a Kellerbier. This refers to the fact that it is neither filtered nor pasteurised meaning all of the flavour from our top quality ingredients are kept in the finished drink; whilst retaining the drinkability you would expect to find in a cold, refreshing lager.