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Lazy Magnolia Harvest Moon

Lazy Magnolia Harvest Moon

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Brewed by Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company

Kiln, MS, United States

Style:  Bock

4.9% Alcohol by Volume

19 International Bittering Units

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Harvest Moon is our Fall Seasonal; a Bock beer brewed in the German tradition, utilizing the lagering technique of conditioning to bring out a very smooth, distinctive character. Harvest Moon is conditioned for over three months, creating a malty aroma and full-bodied experience. The hops used in the Harvest Moon are used to offset the sweetness of the malt profile. The timely brewing process results in an unforgettable beer. The Story Behind Harvest Moon Bock Head Brewer Gar Hatcher developed the Harvest Moon recipe back in his days as Assistant Brewer under the tutelage of Brewster Leslie Henderson. Gar's task was difficult, but the goal was clear . . . to create a smooth, full-bodied Bock beer utilizing the techniques he learned from his mentor. The result was a success, and now Harvest Moon is among the most sought after, best-selling seasonal offerings by Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company. Sales Information - Harvest Moon is a very special beer for Lazy Magnolia due to the lengthy conditioning time. With limited space and storage capacity, we brew this beer for the many beer fans that shared their passion with us. Our customers note similarities to other commercially available Bocks in the region such as Shiner Bock.

ID: 32146 Last updated 13 years ago Added to database 13 years ago

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