A brand new release from Oskar Blues Brewery that “aims to be the everyday craft beer you count on through thick and thin” is being released across the country now.
That beer is Oskar’s Lager, a 4.2 percent ABV American pale lager-style ale which is brewed with Pilsner malt, toasted rice and Czech Saaz hops using “German lager techniques.” According to the Longmont-based brewery, the new ale comes in at only 95 calories and 2.5 grams of carbs per 12-ounce can.
“Beer can be a friend and it brings friends together – a winning combo,” said Ryan Dunnavant, vice president of operations for Oskar Blues, in a press release. “When developing this recipe, we had in mind a Japanese concept called ‘kire,’ which in the beer world means a pleasing crispness with cleansing properties. Like a conversation with an old friend, Oskar’s Lager is classic, refreshing and invigorating.”
According to Oskar Blues, Oskar’s Lager is now available at retailers nationwide packaged in six- and 15-packs of 12-ounce cans.