El Segundo Brewing Co. / Highland Park Brewery "Super Beer Bros - L.A. Gold" West Coast Keller(bier), California (22oz)

SKU #1309131

"Just this past September we took Gold for Casa Azul - our amber lager, and Highland Park took Gold for their IPA - Good Green. Highland Park has a beer we are totally in love with called Timbo Pils that they call a "West Coast Pils". In the spirit of our two GABF medals we decided to blend the two styles into what we are calling a "West Coast Keller". Kellerbier being an old German style that is the "cellar" beer - or the unfiltered version of the more classically know styles such as pilsner or helles. We've taken a malt base that is close to that of Casa Azul and fermented with dried lager yeast that Bob has been super successful with on Timbo Pils. Hop schedule in the kettle looks more like a German lager, but the dry hop is where we get all that West Coast steez." (Prodcuer Notes)

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Alcohol Content (%): 5.6