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Drink of the Week: Millstream's German Pilsner

BY EMMA MCCLATCHEY | JULY 17, 2014 5:00 AM

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Millstream’s German Pilsner

The Drink: It seemed fitting to honor Germany’s World Cup win with a German beer, brewed by one of the most historic German settlements in the United States: Iowa’s Amana Colonies. This German-styled pilsner is produced by Millstream Brewing in Amana and can be purchased at John’s Grocery, Hy-Vee, Hartig Drug, or other local beer carriers.

Experience: The beer is surprisingly smooth to the nose and taste buds. Its yeast origins are apparent in the golden color and full, filling taste, but the flavor is not overwhelmingly dense or hoppy. The effect is a light, floral drink to refresh any warm summer day.

Advice: Try the pilsner with your next grilled burger or steak or with any number of German delicacies. Better yet, take a drive to Amana to visit Millstream Brewing for yourself, and order a pilsner at the Colony Inn or Ox Yoke Inn restaurants. Don’t forget to toast Mario Götze.


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