What Is a Premium Beer?


A premium beer is a term used to refer to malt beers of around 5% abv. There is no legal definition for premium beer, and the term is used by brewers to market their products. It was first used in an advertising campaign which targeted consumers who are looking for a light beer but want something different from ordinary lager.
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