Schell’s Pils is a shining example of the true European Pilsner style beer. Brewed with 100 percent barley malt, where the Sterling Hop flavor is showcased. Its full hop characteristic and delicate aroma were developed in Pilsen, Bohemia around 1840. This style was widely copied by early American breweries. Over the years, however, it has been lost to the much lighter-bodied, low-hopped relatives.
Schell’s Firebrick, named after the bricks that line Schell’s old boilers, is a refreshing all-malt lager with an amber-red hue that reflects the feeling of the brewery itself. It has a subtle maltiness combined with a hint of hoppy taste that creates a mild, pleasantly drinkable beer. It is made with four specialty malts, along with Vanguard, Chinook and Hallertau hops.