Bel Pils is a Belgian Pils, it has an alcohol content of 5%.
It gets its typical character through the use of special lag yeast and hop from Saaz, which is responsible for the characteristic bitter taste of the beer. Since Bel Pils is bottled after a month, it is a rather young beer, which falls light on the tongue and easily drowns.
The beer is brewed since 1930 but then under the name Extra Blond. Between 1976 and 1991 the name Extra Pilsener was named Bel Pils from 1991 onwards.Share: