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History: Duquesne Brewing Company secured it?s position as a top brewery in the North East region with the Duquesne Pilsener brand. Known for it?s creative advertising, it?s famous image, ?The Prince of Pilsener?, continues to adorn each label. This iconic brand was resurrected in 2010 with the goal of brewing the finest beer in town at the best value. We think the beer speaks for itself. Malt. Premium two row malt Calories per serving 150 Alc. by volume 4.8% Awards Silver Medal (World Beer Championships)
Brewed as a model of what good beer should be, this rich, full-flavored Pilsner-style Lager delivers a crisp, refreshing taste 4.4 % abv
Mountain pilsner Yaya raised a rebel who grew up to have dirt on his face, sweat on his brow, and beer in his blood. That?s why mama?s little yella pils is an uncompromising, hand crafted version of the great Pilsner beer of Bavaria and Bohemia. Unlike mass market pilsner diluted with corn and rice, Mama?s is build on pilsner and honey malt, then hopped with Sazza and Aramis hops. It?s a damn good, crushable beer. 4.7% ABV
Our flagship beer. Amber-colored with a malty nose and a touch of Noble hops, Penn Pilsner has caramel and toffee notes as well as toasted, nutty hints. Penn Pilsner is a very well-rounded, balanced, and flavorful lager beer. Details Style: Vienna Lager Alcohol content: 5.0% ABV
We were sixty feet underground when the beer came calling. While sinking tankards in ancient beer caves near the foot of the Alps, inspiration struck ? and at that exact moment, THE CRISP was born. The can in your hand turns obsession to reality. Now that?s Crisp. We went to Germany for this one. (Well went back really: we first devised this beer while counting yeast cells in a German lab, and sinking liters in underground caves.) Anyway, when it comes to German hops, American breweries get the leftovers? the less desirable plots, amalgamated into a ?hop sausage.? Instead, at Sixpoint we go straight to the source for the prime cuts ? the Tettnanger and Hallertau hops in THE CRISP are sourced 100% directly from farmers in Tettnang, Germany. This way we personally select what goes into our beers. Look, legit pilz should have an aroma that leaps from the glass, and the bright, floral aroma of THE CRISP absolutely blasts your nostrils. Follow that up with a crisp, clean finish, and you?ll be sinking this thing by the liter.