Susquehanna Brewing Co 12oz Bottles–Pils Noir & 6th Generation Stock Ale

28 April 2012

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I brought you the plain keg labels for these Susquehanna Brewing Co’s new beers.  Then we brought you news of the bottling line…so guess what?  Today we have two of the first three bottle labels in Pils Noir & 6th generation Stock Ale.  Pils Noir is a classic pilsner using SBC’s husk-free milling process.  This is a dark interpretation of a Czech Pilsner using a triple decoction mash.  6th Generation Stock Ale celebrates the 6 generations of Stegmaier family brewing.  It uses Muntons malts and Oregon hops and a final hopjack injection, to deliver their “signature hop flavor.”  These are both 12oz bottle packages and it’s nice to see SBC start with a Lager and an Ale.

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