Schlafly Releasing Noble Lager & Tasmanian IPA Returns

imageWe brought you a peek at this beer back in March, and now the release details from Schlafly:

Schlafly Beer has launched the third brew of its seasonal Lager Loop. Noble Lager is a traditional lager with a medium-bodied malt character evened out with proper bitterness from German hops.

In addition to the Lager Loop, Schlafly continues its IPA series with the return of Tasmanian IPA (TIPA), the acclaimed beer showcasing Galaxy hops from Australia. Both beers are available now across Schlafly’s distribution area.

Our rotating lager and IPA series allow our brewing team to explore the nuances of the styles to offer uniquely, distinctive beers. With these series, there is always an IPA or lager available throughout the year, but each beer tells a unique story. The Noble Lager is a true appreciation of the traditional style while Tasmanian IPA showcases our close relationship with Australian hop farmers. We were one of the first to use Galaxy hops, and our experience with its unique tropical fruit characteristics is the reason TIPA is one of our most anticipated seasonal releases.

Noble Lager will be available until the end of November while TIPA will be be available throughout the rest of the year. Both beers can be purchased on draft or in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles at the Bottleworks or Tap Room locations. The six-packs ($9.99 and $10.99 suggested retail, respectively) are also available across the brewery’s entire distribution region.

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