Pilsner is a lager beer known for its crisp, clean, and refreshing flavor profile with a pale golden color. This beer style originated in the Czech town of Plzen in 1842 and was first brewed using a specific type of barley malt called Saaz hops, giving it a distinct spicy and floral aroma and flavor. Pilsners are usually very well balanced, with a moderate to a high level of carbonation and a dry, crisp finish. The malt character is usually light and crackery, and the beer is generally fermented using lager yeast. The alcohol content is typically moderate, around 4-5% alcohol by volume (ABV). The Pilsner is known for its crisp, clean, and refreshing character, making them popular among beer drinkers, particularly in Europe.