Narragansett Releases New Year-Round Bohemian Pils

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Today, Narragansett Beer announces the release of its all-new Bohemian Pils, a craft offering joining the brewer’s flagship Lager, Light, and Cream Ale in its year-round line-up, which is complemented by seasonal craft offerings and limited-edition releases.

The Narragansett Bohemian Pils was styled after the Narragansett Imperial Bohemian Pilsner, a limited-edition offering in the brand’s Private Stock series, released earlier this year. Brewed under the supervision of award-winning brewmaster Sean Larkin, the new Pils is brewed to 5.2 percent alcohol by volume and filtered for a flavorful, sessionable beer experience. The brew features the nuanced flavor of Pale malt, Pilsner malt, Wheat malt and Cara Blonde malt up front, balanced with the bitterness of Northern Brewer and Hallertau hops. The Bohemian Pils contains 30 IBUs (International Bitterness Units).

Honoring the brand’s long-standing tradition of lager brewing established by its German founders, Narragansett chose a lager-style beer to expand its year-round craft offerings. While many craft breweries today are focused on ale-style beers, lager continues to be Narragansett’s signature style, as seen in the brewer’s Marzen-style Fest, Helles Bock and flagship offerings Lager and Light.

Narragansett Bohemian Pils, priced between $8.49 – $8.99 SRP, is now available in six packs of 16-ounce cans and on draft throughout Rhode Island, Boston, Southeastern Massachusetts, and New Haven, Conn.


Narragansett BeerÔǪBrewed since 1890. ‘Gansett is a straightforward, quality beer that has been a New England tradition for generations, producing a classic family of award-winning American lagers & ales. Today, ‘Gansett is produced at top-rated breweries in Providence, R.I., Rochester, N.Y., and Westport, Mass. and is one of America’s top 50 regional brewers and the fastest-growing in the Northeast. Narragansett is available for purchase in local restaurants, bars, and liquor stores throughout New England, New York, New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia, North Carolina, Florida, Wisconsin and Nashville, Tenn.