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Grain Belt Premium

American-Style Lager /4.6% ABV / Minnesota, United States

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Product details

American-Style Lager
Minnesota, United States
Craft, Independent Craft Brewer
Tasting Notes
Light, Grainy, Dry
Food Pairing
Nuts, Cured Meats
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

Light to medium straw color. Light malt flavor and detectable sweetness. Unique Premium hop aroma and flavor with a low hop bitterness.

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Community reviews

4.92 Reviews
  • Maxwell Otto

    This beer is great for every occasion no matter what! It has that beer flavor that you think of when you think of beer but at the same time has enough flavor so that craft beer snob won't whine too much about it. Plus there is the Nordeast if you want a bit more punch!

  • Paul
    Verified Buyer
    Verified Buyer

    Been a fan of GBP forever. It has always been a really refreshing American-style lager with a hint of maltiness and supreme drinkability. I don't look for what craft brewers provide in a beer like this, and I am a big fan of Surly, Summit and other craft brewers and frequemtly enjoy their beers. GBP is an easy-drinking, non-boring American lager and has much more character than the bland, mega-brews produced by Big Beer. And it's Minnesota-brewed. In it's style it's my favorite beer.


American lagers tend to offer a much lighter body than other styles, very little (or no) bitterness, and lower ABV. Sometimes called "mass market" lagers, production focuses less on complex flavors, and more on reproducing pale, crushable consistency in every can or bottle.
When it comes to flavor, think...neutral, and not in a bad way. There's not too much of any flavor, with a balance of grain and corn flavors, with a low to medium-low hop bitterness. Craft beer drinkers will probably find the hop flavors to be subdued.
The alcohol by volume (ABV) of American lagers is usually in the 4% - 5% range.
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