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Snake River Lager brewed in Jackson, Wyoming


Snake River Lager brewed by Snake River Brewing in Jackson, Wyoming   

Snake River Lager is an amber colored Vienna style lager. The rich, caramel flavor is balanced with the use of several hop varieties for a subtle hop note. An authentic German lager yeast strain adds to the true flavor of this beer. The malt forward profile of Snake River Lager makes it a fine complement to pizzas and red meat. The alcohol content is 4.8% abv. 2010 Gold Medal Winner at the U.S. Open Beer Championship
     

    
Beer Review by Beer Advocate
Appearance: Pleasing clear amber with short cap of pillowy, off-white head with a nice rim of lacing.

Aroma: Bready, light caramel malty aroma, a little cracker and toast too, with a subtle herbal, earthy hops note

Taste: The flavor is excellent with bold bready, cracker, and light toast notes, a moderate caramel malt kick, and a subdued, mild hop bitterness that keeps the potential sweetness in check. No yeast esters -- a well made Vienna lager.

Mouthfeel: Very smooth with a good balance of carbonation for the light-medium body.

Overall: Just a great example of a craft brewery doing a good-to-great job with all their beers. This one is nudging great -- highly drinkable with a wonderful malty, bready presence and just the right amount of caramel sweetness. Good work on this one Snake River. Fresh from the brewery doesn't hurt either.

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Snake River Brewery
Clean, quality beers have always been the goal for the brewers at Snake River Brewing. The hundreds of national and international brewing awards we’ve won attest to this goal being consistently met. In the year 2000 and again in 2001 we were named “Small Brewery of the Year” at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado.
 
For the most part, we brew our beers to style, seeking out authentic ingredients from all around the globe. Each of our brewers is tasked with concocting one or more “signature series” recipes. The result is a wide variety of lagers and ales flowing through the taps at our Brewpub. Are the brewers proud of their creations? Next time you’re at the bar just ask the person working at the kettle – hope you’ve got an hour or so to listen…

In 2006 we received USDA Organic Certification for our Organic Beer #1 (“OB-1” for short). This Organic English Style Brown Ale helps us encourage sustainable farming practices for barley and hops.

Jackson is a small town and we are a small brewery. At just 8000 barrels per year, we can devote all the attention needed to make every one of those barrels the best they can be.

Jackson Hole is a unique environment with world-class outdoor activities. It is only fitting that we craft world-class “beers to match the scenery”. Of course, we take this responsibility seriously; the brewers spend nearly as much time outdoors as they do in the brewery.

Snake River Brewpub
After a day in the great outdoors how can you not partake of a tasty malt beverage and a delicious meal? Considered by many to be Jackson’s “living room”, our restaurant & pub provides locals and visitors alike a unique social experience. We are non-smoking (always have been) and family-friendly. We open each weekday at 11:00 am and our kitchen serves until 11:00 pm. Wyoming says you gotta leave by 2:00am.

Chef Ryan Brogan has set a high standard in our kitchen. Nearly everything is handmade, we even bake our own bread. You will find a reasonably priced range of food items from sandwiches to pizzas to pastas and beyond with a kids’ menu to match.

Don’t forget our eight dollar lunch available daily from 11:00-3:00 and great happy hour deals from 4:00-6:00. All of our breads & desserts are created in house by Kate and Sarah using only 100% organic flour.
 
    

                                              
                                                
 

 

 





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