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Bitburger & Sierra Nevada – Triple Hop’d Lager

Brewed from three hop varieties – Cascade from the Eifel region in Germany and Centennial and Chinook from the USA – and refined with Bitburger’s own “Siegelhopfen,” a secret hops blend, this year’s collaboration brew is an exciting mix that combines a fruity hop taste with a balanced bitter-malty flavor. Great depth to this beer. Expect an intensity of malt fattiness, refreshing minerality, and hints of sourdough. Rather than another American brewery’s take on a German hoppy pale lager, we get a German brewery’s take on an American hoppy pale lager. The result is glorious with such detail to admire. Served in 330ml cans (11.2oz) Triple Hop’d Lager is nicley-sized for a summertime patio quaff. Try one before they’re gone forever from the face of the Earth.
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Turtle Mountain’s Bräucket List is comprised of rare, often one-time-offered, intriguing brews from around the globe. We pipeline them into the pub so “serious” beer drinkers (like us) get a chance to mark them off their Bucket List.

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