Try some of our Revolving Tap beers
This year’s Oktoberfest falls somewhere in between the darker, richer American versions of the style and the paler German style which is currently served in the big tents in Munich and beyond. Light copper in color and a nice malty backbone yields to a crisp finished bitterness. Prost!
It’s that time of year when the weather starts transitioning to cooler temps and we start transitioning from the light and refreshing to the hearty and warm. Bitter End is an excellent lead-in to our incoming cold season. A complex malt profile offers notes of roast, dark chocolate, even a slight bit of coffee flavor and a touch of milky sweetness. The hops play well with the bitterness of the chocolate, coffee flavors which delivers a delicious pint of stout. What a treat!
For lite beers, the general rule of thumb is 100 calories per can (12 oz.). Hoppy Lite comes in at 106, so not far off, BUT it’s got FLAVOR! GASP! Nugget hops give it a quenching bitterness. Simcoe hops provide a nice orange-citrus character. Tastes great! Less filling! Dating myself, I know.
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