RATINGS: 142   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.71/5   SEASONAL: Summer   IBU: 45   EST. CALORIES: 158   ABV: 5.25%
Summertime requires a crisp, refreshing brew to beat the heat. If you can’t be soaking up the lakeside sun or cannonballing into your favorite swimming hole, then pop the top on our Vermont Lager and enjoy the next best thing.

Our Green Mountain homage to the classic European-style lager, we used German Pilsen malt and, in true Vermont fashion, a whole lot of Noble hops to give off a big hop aroma that makes this summer seasonal a real head-turner.

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Travlr (26270) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - SEP 18, 2013
Draft. Hazy pale yellow color, fluffy white head, spider web lacing. Aroma of rising sourdough bread, white pepper, straw. Taste is peppery bitter lemon and straw. Nice.

Leighton (22555) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 11, 2014
Bottle at home in CT - picked up in VT. Pours crystal clear yellow with a foamy white head. Clean cereal on the nose with hints of corn, grass and lemon rind. Light-medium sweet flavor with biscuity malts, further cereal, some bitter hay and grass, faint lemon zest, crackers. Light bodied with average carbonation. Finishes with nice balance, further crackers and biscuits, slight dry and grassy bitterness. Very drinkable lager,

Tmoney99 (15040) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - APR 17, 2006
Bottle. Light amber pour with a large frothy white head that lasted with good lacing. Moderate hoppy grass aroma. Medium body. Medium hoppy bitter light sweet flavor with an average finish. Drinkable.

Lubiere (14196) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 13, 2004
Clear yellow beer with white head. Nice biscuity aroma, which comes in the mouth too, with very balanced sgharp german hops. Good body fro a lager.

argo0 (14127) - Washington DC, USA - JUL 31, 2005
(12oz bottle, bottled 3/22/05) Small white head atop a clear apple juice body. Taste is medium sweet, bread, some fruity, light caramel. Taste is medium sweet, bread, some caramel, apricot. Watery light-medium body, some cripsness. No bitterness or aftertaste.

Drake (14109) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 2, 2013
Had this many years ago at the brewery during a lapse in rating, so it’s cool to see it again. 12 ounce bottle from Beer Run. Pours a clear golden color with a large white head. Decent head retention. Strong skunk and not much else from the brown bottle. Maybe some pale malts. I notice the best by date is back in April, which is funny since this has been on sale here for only about a week. The taste is pale malts, slightly buttery, and grassy hops. Thin bodied, lingering bitterness.

jcwattsrugger (12550) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - NOV 13, 2006
12oz bottle-pours a foamy white head with some lacing and yellow/gold color. Aroma is sweet grain. Taste is sweet grain, secondary hops bite. (medicinal?) OK carbonation.

shrubber85 (11666) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - JUN 9, 2014
Bottle. Light barley malt and herbal quinine aroma. Golden yellow with small head. Lightly sweet barley malt and mildly bitter herbal flavor. Okay.

hopscotch (11322) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - SEP 4, 2003
Deep, clear, light golden lager. Large, frothy, off-white head. Gone in a flash.
The aroma is of toffee and straw; vanilla and pistascios.
Lightly malty and balanced with slightly bitter hops. There is some clover in there as well.
Light-bodied with a creamy mouthfeel and lively carbonation. Short, crisp, clean finish!

DocLock (11110) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 8, 2004
Pours deep gold with a medium, creamy, white head. Aroma of malt, hopcit, and slight pear. Tastes malty, with slight hops, citrus, and pear in the finish. Medium to light palate.

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