Schlafly Sessions Black Lager Schwarzbier | The Schlafly Tap Room
The Schlafly Tap Room
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Alcohol by volume (ABV): 5.00%
Notes / Commercial Description:
Sessions Black Lager is a traditional German Schwarzbier with a refreshingly light body. The dark chocolate malts contribute color and hints of roasted coffee balanced by the delicate aroma of German Noble hops. Translated from German, Schwarzbier means black beer.
Schwarzbier originated in the 16th Century in southeastern Germany where it is still brewed today. The style enjoyed a heyday in St. Louis in the late 1800s, but large scale production of dark lagers failed to resurface after Prohibition. In 2007, the beer community of St. Louis honored St. Louis Dark Lager as the official beer of the inaugural St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival, an annual tasting event that celebrates the many breweries thriving in St. Louis today.
Added by Realale on 10-21-2002
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Schlafly Sessions Black Lager Schwarzbier from The Schlafly Tap Room
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