Airship Honey Pilsner by Oozlefinch Beers & Blending in Virginia, United States

About Airship Honey Pilsner by Oozlefinch Beers & Blending

This pale, crisp, moderately bitter lager is named after the hydrogen-filled airship "Roma" that took off from Langley AFB and crashed in Norfolk in 1922. Oozlefinch's brew team manipulated their ale-oriented brewhouse for some traditional mash techniques, then fermented under pressure with a special valve to capture natural carbonation. A big wildflower honey addition accentuates the floral noble hop aroma, while also boosting the ABV and ensuring a dry finish. This beer is completely unfiltered, but still clear and bright from extended cold aging. That means you can still get a ton of flavor when you need a break from the haze craze.

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