Carling Black Label Beer is originally a Canadian brand of lager, and it's Britain's best-selling Lager by the sheer volume sold to the UK. Carling is best-served cold.
Although Carling was formerly focused on producing ales, it has been fermenting lager-style beers since the 1870s. In 1927, as part of an overall objective to attempt a re-branding under the new president J. Innes Carling. The Carling beer company renamed its already familiar Black & White Lager to just "Black Label".
A few years later, Carling was acquired by Toronto business tycoon E. P. Taylor, who joined the corporation into his Canadian Breweries Limited (CBL), which grew to be the world's biggest brewing company, at least for a time. Under Mr Taylor. Black Label was promoted as CBL's flagship label and went on to become the world's first beer to be brewed on a mass worldwide scale, becoming particularly popular in Commonwealth countries such as the UK, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa.