And Union Unfiltered Lager

Jul 3, 2017

Category: Vices

Believe it or not, all beer is filtered to a certain extent to help remove the yeast and sediment left in the suds after the brewing process. That is unless it’s unfiltered or bottle conditioned. This classic lager style from And Union brewery brings things back to a time when beer was beer. No fancy styles, strange yeast strains, or even filtration or pasteurization for that matter.

Aptly named Unfiltered Lager, this old school style beer pours a hazy pale straw color (yes, because it’s unfiltered) and exudes a nose of fresh hay and lemon rind. From here, Unfiltered Lager boasts a malty citrus palate and a crisp hop and biscuity finish. They use Hallertau Aroma hops in the brewing process and the ABV here clocks in at a respectable 5%. Session with it, BBQ with it, or pair it with some summertime seafood. Just make sure to pour it into a glass first. Available now.

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