A Pilsner is a Lager-style beer that originated in the Czech Republic - when it was called, Bohemia, and was part of the Austrian empire. They are typically pale, clean, and refreshing, though there is a range of body, bitterness, and intensity within the category. Bohemian Pilsner and German Pilsner are both legally defined styles, but some popular American beers, like PBR and Budweiser, are also classified as Pilsner beers. Alcohol levels typically range between 4 and 5%.
This riff on the Mexican classic makes a match of tequila and beer, which get rounded out by fresh grapefruit and lime juices. The finished product is tall, cool, refreshing and just a hair boozier than your typical Paloma.
2 oz tequila
3/4 oz fresh grapefruit juice
1/2 oz fresh lime juice
1/2 oz simple syrup
beer, to top
Add all the ingredients except the beer into a shaker with ice. and shake until well-chilled. Strain into a Collins glass over ice. Float the beer on top. Express the oil of a grapefruit peel over top, and spear the peel as a garnish.
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