Founders Brewing’s new seasonal pilsner coming to 15-packs

  Founders Brewing Co. is prepping for fall 2016 with the release of a new pilsner. PC Pils is the Grand Rapids, Michigan-based company’s take on the classic pilsner, but brewed with the American hops Chinook, Cascade, and Centennial. “PC Pils will be a great seasonal offering to support our six year-round packaged products. We are […]

Stroh’s Bohemian-style Pilsner brewed again in Detroit

Stroh’s beer was a fixture in Detroit from 1850 until 1985 when the brand ceased production in the city. Now, after a more-than 30 year hiatus, a Stroh’s beer will be be once again brewed in the Motor City. Pabst Brewing Company, which owns the Stroh’s beer brand announced that Stroh’s Bohemian-style Pilsner will be brewed at […]

Straight from the Source: Eastlake Craft Brewery

Photos by Aaron Davidson On a crisp Saturday afternoon in early spring, with burgers in the fridge and the grill awakening from its winter hibernation, all was nearly right with the world—I just needed something to drink. Heading out into the afternoon sun with empty growler in-hand, I set a course for Eastlake Craft Brewery, […]

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Nooner Pilsner

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Nooner Pilsner 5.2% ABV, 38 IBU The Nooner pours a pale yellow with citrusy and piney hops on the nose. Its light body and grassy notes are quickly followed by a hoppy finish. Thank goodness there are still breweries out there that are willing to get creative with classic German styles. […]

Homebrew Recipe: Sudkreuz Pils

  If it’s winter in Minnesota—and at the time of this writing, citizens, it most assuredly is—then for many of us homebrewers it is lager season. Lager, as regular readers probably know, is one of the great families of beer, characterized in the brewery by slow, cold fermentation. The agent of fermentation is lager yeast, […]

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