A Little East Coast, A Little West Coast; All New Hampshire
East Coast Common is a nod to those uniquely American lager beers – fermented warm, in the San Franciscan-style. One sniff of the heady aroma tells you this isn’t a utilitarian, washing machine-variety beer. Our brewers infuse significant quantities of late-in-the-boil and post-fermentation dry hops to make sure you know East Coast Common is a New England original.
We originally brewed East Coast Common at Smuttlabs with our friends and neighbors Stoneface Brewing Company and Great Rhythm Brewing Company, to commemorate 2015’s Portsmouth Beer Week. We’re pleased to bring it back as our new Spring seasonal for a wider, hop-hungry audience.
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North American 2-Row, Pilsner Malt, C-15, Carahell, Acidulated Malt
Bittering Hops: Bravo; Flavoring Hops: Hüll Melon and Sorachi Ace; Dry Hops: Citra, Sorachi Ace, and Hüll Melon
San Francisco Lager Yeast
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