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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Beer 217: Pinkus Muller Organic Jubilate

You know what makes you feel small and slightly inconsequential? The Rocky Mountains. We're in Colorado to spread my Mom's ashes on the one year anniversary of her death. That sucks. I'm also here with my sister and nephew to show off one of my favorite places. That's awesome.
Piece of advice...don't package your dead mother's ashes in scattering urns that look bizarrely like sticks of dynamite. It makes TSA suspicious.
Today's beer is from Brouwerij Pinkus Muller. Specifically their Organic Jubilate -- a German organic dark lager.

It looks like an unfiltered lager. Deep amber. Very hazy. It smells of sweet wine and caramel malts. The flavor is very malt focused and there are hints of honey as you drink it. At 5.1% ABV, it's easy to drink and very enjoyable.
Curious about the name? Organic Jubilate was first brewed in 1966 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Pinkus Brewery. And that's your knowledge for the day.

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