The Farm-to-Market series of beers from Zupan’s Markets is now nine beers strong. For its latest release in this beer series, Zupan’s Markets partners with Zoiglhaus Brewing on Farm-to-Market Lager.
Farm-to-Market Lager is brewed with some of the world’s most prized German barley and hops. This German-style lager is described as being crisp and refreshing. Light orange in color with white wine notes and aromas of honeydew melon, this easy drinking lager pairs well with river floats, backyard barbecues, and picnics in the park.
“Zupan’s Markets is excited to be partnering with Zoiglhaus Brewing to expand our Farm-to-Market series into a new style – German lager,” said Zupan’s Markets President and CEO Mike Zupan, in a statement. “Each beer in our Farm to Market series continues to highlight the expansive beer culture that has been cultivated here in Portland.”
Farm-to-Market Lager is currently on shelves at all three Zupan’s Markets locations in 12oz 6-pack cans for $10.50. Don’t delay as only 150 cased of this beer were brewed!
“Zupan’s Markets shares our commitment to community, and we are really impressed by their dedication to Oregon craft beer,” said Alan Taylor, Brewmaster and co-founder of Zoiglhaus Brewing, in a statement. “Partnering with them on this collaboration beer is a perfect fit.”
Farm-to-Market Lager Stats: Profile: ABV 4.7%, IBU 22 Malts: German Pilsner, Vienna, Munich, Acidulated malts Hops: German Opal, Hallertau Blanc, Hüll-Melon Tasting Notes: Light orange in color and hopped with Opal which gives it a spicy flavor, Hallertau Blanc which provides white wine notes, and Hüll-Melon that gives honeydew melon aromas. It is an easy drinking lager.
D.J. is a Portland, Oregon based writer that spent his formative years in the Midwest. With over 20 years under his belt of drinking beer at festivals across America and the world, he has developed a strong appreciation and understanding of craft beer and the industry that surrounds it. He can be found in any of the great breweries or beer bars that make Portland the best beer city in the world. His writing can also be found in Northwest Brewing News and can be followed on Twitter at @hopapalooza.