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or Pil·sner  (pĭlz′nər, pĭls′-) also pil·sen·er or Pil·sen·er (pĭl′zə-nər, -sə-, pĭlz′nər, pĭls′-)
1. A light, golden lager having a strong flavor of hops.
2. A tall, thin, footed beer glass.

[German Pilsner, Pilsener, of Pilsen (Plzeň), Czech Republic, where the beer was first brewed.]
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Noun1.Pilsener - a pale lager with strong flavor of hopsPilsener - a pale lager with strong flavor of hops; first brewed in the Bohemian town of Pilsen
lager beer, lager - a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (usually by decoction mashing); originally it was brewed in March or April and matured until September


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Among lager beers, preferred in continental Europe, the Czech Pilsener should be mentioned, light and golden, which has become the standard beer brewed all over the world, and the German bock, dark and strong.
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