Left Field Brewery Releases St. Cloud Commons Foeder Fermented Pilsner

TORONTO, ON – Left Field Brewery has announced the release of a new limited edition foeder-fermented lager.

St. Cloud Commons Pilsner (5.3% abv) is described as follows:

A balanced, refreshing, rustic pilsner with subtle complexity, St. Cloud Commons was cold fermented with German lager yeast and lagered for six weeks in our oak Foeders. Pale gold and a little hazy, Saaz hops were added to the boil resulting in earthy, hay and bright lemon character, a delicate bitterness and a dry oak finish.

As with all of Left Field’s foeder beers, it’s named after a historic baseball stadium – St. Cloud Commons in Huntington, West Virginia.

St. Cloud Commons is available now in 650 ml bottles at the Left Field retail store and online shop.

Source & Photo: Left Field Brewery mailing list

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