A clean, refreshing, bitter pale lager, showcasing a grainy-sweet corn flavor. Brewe Show More
A clean, refreshing, bitter pale lager, showcasing a grainy-sweet corn flavor. Brewed only with grains and hops available during the time leading up to Prohibition. The higher bitterness level is the largest differentiator between this style and most modern mass-market pale lagers, but the more robust flavor profile also sets it apart.
History: A version of Pilsner brewed in the USA by immigrant German brewers who brought the process and yeast with them, but who had to adapt their recipes to work with native hops and malt. This style died out after Prohibition but was resurrected by homebrewers in the 1990s. Show Less