This beer is a refreshing and thirst-quenching way to kick it up a notch. The beer is brewed with whole ingredients and contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. The beer is made with a balanced blend of wheat, barley, and hops.
It is also made with an ABV that is low enough to be drinkable on a regular basis and high enough to be a potent thirst-quencher.
In case you have been living under a rock, regia is a brewery founded in 1875 in Austria that today produces beer in over 24 different countries. They also produce the best beer in the world. Not only is regia one of the most popular breweries in the world, they also sell a variety of other beer types. Their flagship is a rich wheat brew that is brewed with whole ingredients and has a flavor that is not only unique, but also reminiscent of a German lager.
I’m a huge fan of regia and have been since I first tried it at a German beer festival more than three years ago. I love the fact that the wheat beer is not only a unique flavor, but also has a distinct German character to it. It’s almost like the beer is made by the same guy who made the lager.
The regia beer is actually made by a brewery in Munich, Germany. I find it ironic that a beer that is so unique and flavorful can be brewed in a small town in Germany which has a thriving brewing industry. The name of the brewery is “Regia” which translates to “the king.” I’m sure this is a coincidence, but it doesn’t seem like the real reason why the brewery’s beer is unique and flavorful.
I dont know the reason why the beer is named regia, but it has a distinct German character to it. Its almost like the beer is made by the same guy who made the lager.
I found this article on a German beer website to explain the beer name. This is basically the best explanation I could find for the name.
I have a few questions about the beer itself. First of all, how does this beer even get to be called regia. Secondly, is it a lager, ale, or a lager/ale hybrid? Thirdly, there’s just no way it could be an ale because it doesnt have the same smell as the lagers on the market.
The Beer is one of those things that is actually made from the same ingredients as the lagers that it is named after. So you wouldn’t have to ask how regia beer got its name.
We don’t know the answer to the second question. The name regia is a German word that means silver.