5.5% ABV 24 IBU
This easy drinking American Pilsner is our take on the beer that German-American brewers, often trained in Germany, brewed more than a hundred years ago during the Golden Age of American Lagers. It was brewed in the European style but with American grains, including a portion of corn to dilute the high protein level of domestic six-row barley, and American hops. The resulting beer is quaffable (süffigheit) and refreshing, but way more characterful than watered-down modern versions. Named after a Streetcar that ran between Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor.
Alcohol selection requires that you select either a new bottle or be part of the Bottle Exchange Program. Selection of Bottle Exchange requires that you provide a clean glass growler or howler from any brewery or restaurant and that you agree to accept any brand growler or howler in exchange. Glass growlers only. The Alehouse reserves the right to reject any glass growler/howler that in our opinion should not be used. The Alehouse will happily refill your plastic growlers on a carryout basis only.