Schwarzbier · 4.8% · Bad Köstritz, Germany
Köstritzer Black Lager is a characterful, smooth, full-bodied dark lager. It’s much more complex than a standard lager, with subtle tones of malt and chocolate. Interesting and unique, it’s brewed at one of Germany’s oldest breweries in Bad Köstritz, which dates back to 1543.
The Miller Lite recipe uses a unique blend of choice Saaz and Pacific Northwest hops and a significant amount of caramel malt. Continues to be purposefully brewed for more taste, aroma and golden color than other light beers, with just 96 calories.
A Belgian-inspired brew that uses a combination of European malts, hops from New New Zealand and the United States.. and a classic farmhouse yeast to achieve a fruity, yet spicy, melange of flavors and aroma.
American Pale Ale · 5.8% · Decorah, IA
This single-hop pale ale showcases the Citra hop for a well-balanced beer that is delicate in body with a mild bitterness in the finish. She roars with ferocious aromas of grapefruit, citrus, mango and evergreen. Pseudo Sue’s unique taste is clean and bright with just enough bite!