Dahl’s Pilsner has been a household name in Norway since the original E.C. Dahl brewed the first batch in 1856. This beer is one of the oldest pilsners in Norway, and is today still brewed with the same unique yeast that has been used for more than 70 years.
Dahls Pils has a beautiful golden colour. The aroma is characterised by banana with floral notes, both of which are a result of the yeast and hops used. This beer is medium-bodied, with a mild sweetness and a well-balanced smooth bitterness.
Dahls Pils goes well together with traditional and modern food such as pasta, Norwegian 'fårikål' and 'sodd' or hamburgers.