Migration Brewing Joins the American Lager Trend with Me Time Lager

image of Me Time Lager courtesy of Migration Brewing

One of the largest trends in craft beer is the releases of American Lagers. Yes, those lagers brewed by macro breweries are now being emulated by craft brewers with a bit more flavor and along with it, a higher price tag.

Locally, Migration Brewing has joined the fray with its forthcoming Me Time Lager as it joins the brewery’s core offering. This light and crisp American Lager will be hitting Oregon retail outlets beginning on Friday, March 15, 2024. The beer was developed at Migration’s small batch innovation center “The Shop” and is said to have been a pub favorite over the past year. Me Time Lager is a central piece to Migration’s regional distribution strategy and will be available throughout the company’s west coast footprint that includes Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Colorado.   

“Me Time is a brewer’s beer. This lager really rounds out our portfolio by offering a lighter product that encapsulates a commitment to quality ingredients, and a passion for great beer,” says Mike Branes, Co-Founder and Brew Master, in a press release. “We’re using flaked rice and Warrior hops to drive a very dry, thirst-quenching beer. I think this new beer will be enjoyed by both brewers and craft beer fans.”

The Me Time Lager exudes a crisp, subtle hop flavor and arrives at a low 4.3% ABV and 8 IBUs. It is brewed to be a delectable Lager that represents the expanding world of craft. Me Time Lager will be available at all major Oregon retailers and select beer bars across the state.

For additional information on Migration Brewing, visit migrationbrewing.com.

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