Avery Brewing Company "Joe's Pilsner" Pilsner, Colorado 12oz Cans

SKU #1061347

Avery Brewing was part of the first wave of American craft brewers, having incorporated back in 1993 after founder Adam Avery had perfected his homebrew recipes for Redpoint Amber, Ellie's Brown and Out of Bounds Stout. Twenty years later, the Boulder-based brewery has grown a lot, and their beer-making has gotten far more experimental, but they still do the classics exrtremely well, like this fresh pils, which is the perfect session beer. From the brewery: "A contemporary rendition of a classic style, Joe's is hopped with purpose: beautifully bitter and dry with an abundance of floral, Noble German hops."

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By: Kyle Kurani |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 11/30/2010  | Send Email
Avery Brewing Company "Joe's Pilsner" Imperial Pilsner has been my after work beer since we have had it come in. This little pilsner is crisp, clean, and finishes dry. Avery Brewing Company took a very German styled approach to this beer, it is very reminiscent of the Jever pils with its bone dry finish. A great sit and unwind beer.

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Alcohol Content (%): 4.7