The curiosity of our brewer's brain and the quest for subtle complexity put us on the path to Scratch #432. German pilsner malt and red wheat set up a crisp backbone. A kolsch yeast fermented at an ale temperature (58°F for you homebrewers out there) helped us keep a lager profile while allowing some subtle fruity esters to sneak in. Dry-hopping with Huell Melon and Citra layer in very soft and subtle notes of bright berry and orange rind. "You shouldn't have to think about this beer too much," says one of our brewers. "Just enjoy the subtle complexity."
Availability: 16oz cans only