A ‘Standard Lager’ is coming to Minnesota this September

Standard Lager

In the age of double IPAs and barrel-aged imperial stouts, one wouldn’t expect a craft brewery to come out with a standard lager. But that’s exactly what Fulton Brewing of Minneapolis is doing this September.

The brewery announced it will launch a new year-round all-malt lager brand called Standard Lager on September 9. The beer is made from 2-row barley malt, American hops, and Pilsner yeast, and is intended to be “easy drinking but not watered down,” according to its website.

Standard Lager is brewed and packaged by Fulton Brewing and will be available in 12-packs of 12-ounce bottles, four-packs of 16-ounce cans, and on draft.


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