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 440ml
4.1%
F.C. Pilsner by First Chop Brewing Arm
F.C. Pilsner by First Chop Brewing Arm
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4 Stars
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Description

It took a pretty long time for First Chop to produce a lager, six years in fact. There was a very good reason when they did produce a lager they wanted to do it right. It is a classic example of the style - nothing too clever - they have taken the very best malt, hops and yeast and brewed it bottom fermented with a long maturation. - Learn more about First Chop Brewing Arm

Details
  • Beer Style: By Brewery
  • ABV: 4.1%
  • Unit Size: 440ml
  • Country: England
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About the makers

First Chop Brewing Arm Modern British Ale, Handcrafted in Manchester

Established in 2012 by life long beer enthusiast and former chef Richard Garner, First Chop Brewing Arm has a passion to make great craft beer for everyone to enjoy. They started in a borrowed micro brewery making 400litres a month but their many awards and the high demand for their beers has meant constant expansion. This year they take delivery of their 3rd brewhouse and they can now make upto 30,000 litres per week in their Salford brewery.

First Chop can be drunk by all, as their beers are vegan and gluten-free and are also certified by the Coeliac Society. Being gluten free doesn't affect how great all their beers taste, their many awards attest to that - and their beer is enjoyed all across the UK and Europe! View the First Chop Brewing Arm page

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