Lager is a beer known for its crisp, clean, refreshing flavor profile. This beer style is brewed using a specific kind of yeast, called lager yeast, which ferments at a lower temperature than ale yeast. The yeast ferments at the bottom of the fermentation tank; this process is called bottom fermentation. The result is a beer that is typically clear and light in color. There is mild hop bitterness and a clean, crisp finish. Many types of lager, such as Pilsner, Helles, and Märzen, vary in color, hop character, and maltiness. Lagers are usually well-balanced and have low to moderate alcohol content, around 4-6% alcohol by volume (ABV). Overall, Lagers are known for their crisp, clean, and refreshing character and are the most widely consumed beer worldwide.