At Local they regularly use Common Lager yeast and ferment at cold temperatures to produce their Lagers. Common Lager yeast is a versatile yeast in that it can ferment at both Lager and Ale temperatures. In a fun experiment with the 21st Amendment Brewpub Team, they brewed a Hoppy Lager with Common Lager yeast and fermented at 51° for a clean lager fermentation. 21st Amendment brewed the same recipe, but fermented at Ale temps of 68-70° to yield a more Hoppy Pale type beer. Both feature NZ Nelson Sauvin as a dry-hop addition.