Back in the late 1800s, Brooklyn used to be on of the largest brewing centers in the U.S. It was home to over 45 breweriers. Vienna style Lager beer was one of the local favorites. The amber-gold beer has a refreshing bitterness and floral hop aroma. The caramel malts show in the finish, while all of the above is enhanced by something that's called dry-hopping. The century old practice of steeping the beer with fresh hops and letting it undergo a long and cold maturation makes the beer wonderfully smooth, refreshing and versatile in its combination with food. Brooklyn brewery has taken the largely British technique and transformed it with the Viennesse style into an American original. Shanghai9 loves Brooklyn Lager as much as you do and has made it the beer of the month. Grab your case of 24 beers for only ￥435 or go for a six pack for just￥115.
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