Hops In Common by Local Brewing Co.  in California, United States

About Hops In Common by Local Brewing Co.

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.


Small tanks. Big beer. Drink local.

Local Brewing Co.  makes Hops In Common American Pale Lager