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Pub Beer started as a project to create an easy drinking craft lager that our brewery employees could enjoy during the day and still be productive. Originally only offered at our pubs, it is now in stores and available for you to crush.
Floral hops are present with a slight spice and pear character. Pub Beer is light and crisp with high carbonation and a minor creamy mouthfeel.
Goes excellent with a lime! 'Pub Verde.'
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