COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION Brewed back in March for May consumption, this malty German-style lager gets its deep golden orange hues from the use of 50% Munich malt. This contributes rich, malty character without being overly sweet. This batch was aged for an additional 30 days with oak chips.
on tap at GI Clybourn. pours hazed orangish amber with very small white head. aroma of lightly toasted malts, vanilla, light fruitiness too. flavor notes of slightly toasted grain, vanilla, with slight strawberry and apricot fruit finishing it out. a bit under carbonated and bland.
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