Lager is truly the world's beer. Almost every country's most popular beer is typically a 5% crisp, clean, and refreshing lager. From Tsingtao to Molson Canadian, all are based on a Czech pilsner. When we created our own lager, we wanted to pay respect to this European classic by using many of the same malts and hops to create an instant classic.
Pale Malt (2-row)
19 - Low bitterness
Amber Ale is fermented longer and enjoyed at a warmer temperature than the European Lager. Its amber colour is from the roasting of the malts that add a rich flavour profile.
18 - Low bitterness
Pairing Beer With Food
Pairing lagers and ambers to food relies on complementing the flavours - the more robust the food, the more aggressive the beverage. If I’m eating simple food like a white fish, chicken, or a creamy pasta dish I’ll pair it with the Euro Lager, but more powerful dishes like ribs, steak or tomato sauces I like to pair with the darker Amber Ale.
When it’s Happy Hour I can’t get enough of the guac! I like to pair it with a pint of really cold Euro -- it makes for a great after work pick me up.
Late Night is my favourite time to enjoy the Biryani Dry Ribs with an Amber Ale where the malty beer is a great match for the earthy flavours.
What are you waiting for? There’s beer to drink!
Our Big Life Beer is on special Sunday through Thursday at most Moxie’s restaurants. Find your favourite location to try it by the pitcher or the pint!