£5.50£3.33 per litre
Origin: Bremen, Germany
Overall Impression: Mild herbaceous and floral hoppiness with a crisp finish
Beck's has over 140 years of heritage and is originally brewed in Germany according to Reinheitsgebot, the German purity law of 1516, with only 4 natural ingredients: barley, hops, yeast and water.
Golden in color, Beck's is a classic German-style pilsner with a robust, distinctive full-bodied taste, a fresh “hoppy” bouquet, distinct bitterness and a rich, full head.
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Beck's low alcohol intensity means it shouldn't be paired with foods high in richness. We recommend pairing with Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisines. The malt sweetness and bitterness from the hops are at the right level to play sandbox to medium heat food. Whilst the crisp hoppiness can also lift spicing and starches allowing all flavours to shine through.
Home-Run Pairing: Salmon Sushi
Moist rice has a slight nutty texture and Beck's cracker malt flavour helps enhance this. The beer also has the right level of malt sweetness and bitterness to match the heat from wasabi. The bitterness helps balance fat and umami from salmon, meaning you'll get a fuller taste from the salmon, with the carbonation cleansing the palate after each bite.
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|Typical Values||Per 100ml||Per 275ml|
|Energy||160.67kJ /||441.83kJ /|
|(kJ / kcal)||38.40 kcal||105.60kcal|
|of which saturates||0.00g||0.00g|
|of which sugars||0.10g||0.28g|
Please drink responsibly
|Know your limits|
|The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week|
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (2)
Beck's imported from Germany was worth buying even if not the finest of German lagers. The UK brewed product is distinctly average and only really worth buying when on offer.
Great tasting lager
It's true that this beer isn't the most challenging of tastes, it's not complex. It is however, the best tasting easy-drinking lager out there and knocks the UK and US lagers into a well-cocked hat. It's the best at what it does.