Perrin Brewing - Black Goat Bourbon Barrel Double Black Lager, Caesar’s Gimp Roman Imperial Red Ale, Big Grizz, Malted Milk Ball, Light Lager & Michigan Cherry IPA

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This is Black Goat from Perrin Brewing in Comstock Park, MI.  This double black lager is aged in Bourbon barrels and packaged in 22oz bottles.  Look for Black Goat to kick in at 8.5%-AbV.   We also have Caesar’s Gimp and it is a Roman imperial red ale brewed with Cabernet Sauvignon grape juice and aged in California Merlot oak wine barrels.  This beer hits 13.2%-AbV and you’re looking at the 22oz bottle.   We also have Big Grizz imperial brown ale aged in Bourbon barrels (12.5%-AbV), Malted Milk Ball imperial porter with lactose, vanilla beans, cocoa nibs and Woodford Reserve Oak Bourbon barrel-aging (12%-AbV), Light Lager (3.8%-AbV, 110 calories) & Michigan Cherry IPA (5.8%-AbV, 12oz cans). image
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This update on Light Lager from Perrin:

The next addition to the core beer line-up from Perrin Brewing was crafted in the true American way with the session-able beer drinker in mind.

Introducing Perrin Light Lager, a refreshingly clean, crisp beer with a perfect balance of malt and hops. This combination succinctly melds together to ensure its insatiable drinkability.

Perrin Light Lager is available in 15-packs and on draft across Michigan.

Just in time for the holidays, the 15-packs make a great dish to pass, gift to give, or the pack of beer to always have freshly stocked to share with those unexpected guest visits.

Light Lager can be purchased from Perrin Pub and grocery/liquor stores in the market.

Crisp. Clean. Craft.

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