Bohemians are creative dreamers who defy convention. Our Bohemian Pilsner is just that, an unorthodox lager with complex biscuity malt, soft rounded bitterness and a twist of spice from the Hallertau, Hersbrucker and Lublin hops. Treat as an aperitif, amazing with pizza and don’t miss trying it with Thai or Vietnamese food. A crisp and adventurous drop, just perfect for a chilled out session. Bliss!

Short description: crisp and sessionable, a hint of spice

Style: pilsner lager
Malt: two row base Irish malt.
Hops: Hallertau, Hersbrucker, Lublin.
Strength: 4% ABV
Bitterness: 33 IBUs

Tasting notes
Colour/appearance: pale gold in the glass, white head.
Aroma: floral, with a hint of pepper.
Flavour: This is light on the palate, clean and delicate, but with plenty of sophisticated flavour. There’s enough bitterness to make it interesting, and a little peppery spice from the hops.
Aftertaste: light on the palate, with a snappy, bitter aftertaste. Very sessionable.

Food pairings: this is the perfect beer to have with pizza, working brilliantly with the tomato sauce and cutting through all that melted cheese. The snappy bitterness is a delightful counterpoint to the sweetness of shellfish – try it as an aperitif, served in champagne flutes, with a half-dozen Irish oysters or even have a glass with some savoury home-popped popcorn.

2017 Blas na hEireann – Bronze
2018 World Beer Awards – Ireland Winner: Czech-Style Pale

Launch Date: first launched in summer 2012. Now core range – always available
Serving temperature: 8 degrees celsius
Availability: 330ml bottles and draught (30L and 50L kegs)
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The Irish Examiner: Beer of the Week
When they’re gone, they’re gone. That ad tagline could just as well be applied to temporary seasonal beers such as this little beauty by Eight Degrees in Mitchelstown, just in time for the summer (fingers crossed). Its refreshing tang of savoury malty hops and crisp moreish finish harks back to the best pilsner tradition.

The Irish Examiner – Cheer for the beers
One of the latest of Ireland’s small independent brewers is Eight Degrees in Mitchelstown. They are also one of its brightest stars. This is their first summer offering, a delicious pils style with a food-friendly tangy finish.