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August 30, 2011

Steam Whistle Pilsner

Beertography of the Day - Tuesday August 30th

Today's photo comes to us from Paul Robinson and features Steam Whistle Pilsner from Toronto, Canada!

Here's a little info about the beer taken from the Steam Whistle website:
Steam Whistle Pilsner is characterized by a floral hop aroma, sweet graininess with distinctive grassy notes, and balanced by a clean, crisp finish and pleasant lingering bitterness.

When pouring this refreshing lager, expect soft, rising foam and a smooth drinking experience. Best stored and served between 4 and 8 degrees Celsius.

STYLE OF BEER: Traditional Pilsner

BREWING METHOD USED: Decoction brewed following traditional European brewing standards.

Long cold aging for 28 days. Naturally carbonated. Not heat pasteurized. Cold sterile and micro filtered for lasting shelf life.

You can check out Paul's photos on Flickr.

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