Considering that there has been some recent discussion on reconsidering the big American macro lagers, as well as another discussing the reformulation of Harp Lager, I was interested in getting to understand what the BA community thinks of European lagers and which one they believe is the best. I am interested in having an easily available, easy-drinking, and crisp lager in my fridge to fill the niche between the various styles I'm rotating through right now. The category I have in mind are mostly the European Pale Lagers that can be found easily and relatively cheaply, such as what most grocery stores may stock, or what be found low-priced at most liquor stores/packies. However, I am also open to German and Czech Pilsners if they are commonly available and lower-priced (Bitburger and Pilsner Urquell are both examples specific to my local stores). Cheers!