Pale lager? Isn't all lager pale?
I'm currently on the train to Download festival, brought some Thatcher's cloudy cider, some K cider and Fosters. Cheap and cheerful.
Would much rather a pint of Doom Bar though, amirite Conor?
The traditional lagers are mostly either pale or Viennese, the latter is still rather light, but noticeably darker than i.e. pilsner. However you can have dark lager as well. Think they call it dunkel or blackbeer or soemthing in Germany. Speaking of beers that usually are light, had a black IPA a few months back that was incredible (not counting the obvious paradox of that name).
Seeing as the topic is not, at least explicitly, limited to alcoholic beverages, I'm currently drinking a silver needle from Doke Tea Garden, Bihar, India:
Brewing it in a kyusu because yolo. Brews to a pale yellow. Tastes very full and rather savoury for a white tea, fruity notes, particularly something...honey melon-like, though not quite.
Edited by Nose, 22 May 2016 - 04:28 AM.