Recent Fun Label Approvals

22 November 2010

StPauliDark StPauliNA

It’s not all about posting up serious new beer releases, We should all have a little fun too.  In the name of fun I present the recently approved Sky Hag (Skyway Brewing Co—Kent, WA), AND for even more fun….who knew there was a Dark St Pauli Girl and a Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli Girl (insert your own joke here).

2 comments (click to read or post):

Lee Botschaner,  22 November, 2010 16:19  

Back in the day if you were outside of the eastern-Pa area chances are the only dark beer you could find on tap would be st. pauli, becks, or michelob dark.

and going back before that many of the nationals had a dark... such as pabst dark or schlitz dark. these were varying in their darkness with some being legitimate schwarzbiers and others, like michelob, being little more than regular beer with food coloring.

mybeerbuzz 22 November, 2010 17:59  

Thanks Lee. For some reason I always assumed most nationls that had a dark beer had a simple Porter. Thanks for the info.

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