More Brewing Company
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A Note on This Beer
If you’ve toured a brewery or two, you might have noticed most of the tanks stand vertically. Makes sense, right? Breweries have high ceilings, and tall tanks are super space-efficient.
But, if you’ve ever visited a serious Lager brewery, you might have seen a few tanks lying down.
That’s because horizontal tanks give the yeast more room to spread out and work. This means less stress and pressure on them, which means a better quality beer.
More Brewing holds very high standards for their Lagers. That’s why they use a horizontal tank to brew beers like today’s German-style Huntly Helles. In addition to the specialized tanks, they brew it with their incredibly soft water and exclusively German malts and hops.
The result is a pillowy-soft mouthfeel with light, flavorful malt notes, and hints of citrus and florals. And, this one goes down way too easily with an ever-so-smooth finish.
Critics like Craft Beer & Brewing and PorchDrinking.com call More a brewery to watch. Just don’t get caught staring too long, or this chuggable quencher will be long gone!