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RATINGS: 192   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.85/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A classic Wisconsin Lager at its finest. Harking back to an era where Supper Clubs were In Vogue and Wisconsin had numerous regional breweries making their version of American Style Lagers. You know, back when these types of beers exhibited regional soul. And many of these beers were enjoyed during an evening spent at a local Supper Club, visiting with friends and family and having a good dinner. Supper Club is an eminently drinkable version of a true American Lager. Featuring a greater depth of refreshing malt character than the mass marketed versions of the style, Supper Club is clean yet satisfying.

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3.2
hogan873 (451) - Joliet, Illinois, USA - NOV 2, 2010
Pale golden body with a quickly disappearing white head. Grainy, cereal aroma...not much else. Crisp and clean with some decent carbonation on the palate. This beer tastes clean without much standing out. Sweet corn and grain fading to just a minor citrus finish. Easy drinking and pretty tasty.

3.3
monkeychugg55 (1086) - Joliet, Illinois, USA - OCT 31, 2010
Golden with a small white head that vanishes completely. The aroma is very grainy, with no detectable adjuncts. Grassy hops. Sweet, clean tasting, with a bit of lemongrass on the finish. Light body with prickly carbonation. Probably the best pale lager Ive ever had.

3.1
sneagrams3 (2337) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - OCT 25, 2010
The Dan Journal #410. Tasted 10/7/10. Filtered with a pale golden hue. Moldy off-white head. Aromas of dry cereal grains and doughy bread. Medium bodied and grainy and adjunct-y. Subtle simple sugar sweetness. Tingling effervescence and a dry finish. Ever so slight orange/lemon zesty astringent bitterness. Mild toasty note. Decent body and larger than most of this style, but still just meh...

2.6
JK (6095) - St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA - OCT 19, 2010
A solid lager. Gold color and well carbonated. Lots of yeast for the style.

2.9
theisti (4114) - Kansas, USA - OCT 14, 2010
12 oz bottle at Blanc Burger + Bottles in Leawood, Kansas. Pour is clear yellow golden with a smallish white head that falls quick. Aroma is grain, sweet malt, a bit of cereal and toast. Taste is the malt, almost exclusively. Mildly sweet, bready, fresh tasting - but pretty one dimensional. There is a hint of hops, a touch of straw in the finish. Palate is light to medium bodied, lowish carbonation, clean and brief finish. Nice enough for the style.

2.5
badgerben (5121) - Blaine, Minnesota, USA - OCT 10, 2010
Gold color with a small head. Light corn and skunky aroma. Very light corn and grain flavor, rounded out with a healthy dosage of skunk. A bit of grassy hop.

3.4
slitcher (267) - Freeport, Illinois, USA - SEP 24, 2010
Pours a beautiful golden color with a thin white head. Aromas of cereal grain and soap. Flavor is also of grains with slight hops in the background. This is not a style of beer I would usually drink, but, for some reason, I really like this beer ALOT; an excellent representation of the style. This takes me back to when I was a kid and would sneak drinks of my dads beer!

3.1
tmoreau (4298) - Lombard, Illinois, USA - SEP 16, 2010
A full 12 oz. bottle sample to a shaker at a Glunz. Distributing tasting at the Beacon in Forest Park, IL. after the CBS picnic in Chicago. Presented a clear, light golden hue, with a modest, white head, and fleeting spots and streaks of lacing. The aroma was light grain, a touch of corn, and a typical lager nose. The flavor added low hop bitterness, light malt sweetness, with good carbonation in a light body. It is what it is, a clean, sessionable American style Lager.

2.5
nearbeer (5369) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - SEP 7, 2010
12 oz. Clear orange-golden with literally no lasting head. Sharp corn and dry grass aroma. Flavor is the same with some grainy toast and honey. Light body is balanced and finishes crisp. Reminds me of High Life, with more spicy hop and corn sweetness.

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illinismitty (2271) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - SEP 5, 2010
Bottle from Friar Tuck in Savoy, IL. Pours a straw golden with a sudsy white head and nice looking carbonation bubbles. Aroma of pale grains and sweet corn. Light bodied, but surprisingly not watery or prickly like other pale lagers. Flavor of cereal grains and sweet corn with barely detectable hop bitterness. Better than macro versions, but still pretty boring and perhaps a tad too sweet.


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