Pours a pale golden straw color with a fluffy bright white head. Aromas of cooking bacon, fresh baked French bread a hint of honey and fresh cut grass. Pilsner Malt and 40% Beechwood Smoked Malt from Germany builds the foundation of this simple recipe with complex flavors. Hersbrucker Hops and Spalt Hops add a touch of green tea and lemon zest to the overall balance of this Smoked Helles. Medium bodied with an oily texture that still finishes fairly dry. First brewed as a collaboration between Ballast Point Brewing and Spirits and respected local homebrewer Harold Gulbranson (member of QUAFF). Brewed for the Pro-Am competition at 2011 national Homebrewers Conference held in San Diego. A smoke screen is smoke released to visually mask the movement or location of military units such as infantry, tanks, aircraft or ships. Smoke Screen Lager masks it’s savory flavors of smoke, usually associated with darker beers, in a visually light approachable lager inspired by the beers of Bamberg, Germany!
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