If you’re a beer guy or gal and not sure what to drink with Hollandse Crème, we might just have the answer for you!
Lager works well because of its clean, palate-cleansing qualities. Lagers originated in 19th century Bohemia and modern variations include Pilsner and Helles and Bock, often brewed in Germany or the Czech Republic. It’s made with a bottom fermenting yeast, then conditioned at a low temperature and is nearly always carbonated. Some breweries leave the fizzing process to nature, while others choose to help it along with gas once it’s packaged in a bottle or keg. Since there’s so many different options of Lager, your taste buds might like one over the other.