Saint Mihal Beer Lager De Luxe Cans 330ml

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Fully imported and brewed in France by one of France's leading breweries. Brewed since 1963, Saint Mihal is a full flavoured premium style lager. The French are often called experts at making easy drinking lagers and Saint Mihal is no exception. Crisp and pale amber with a light, refreshing head, perfectly matched with spicy Asian foods.

Tasting Note: Pale amber with a light head, sweet aromas of malt and barley. On the palate a premium style lager with smooth clean flavour.

Additional Details

SKU:
12005-4X6PK-CTN24
Size:
330
Container Type:
Can
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
4
Region:
France
Style:
Lager
Varietal:
International Beer

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