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Zero Gravity Green State Lager

Pilsner /4.9% ABV / Vermont, United States

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Product details

Vermont, United States
Craft, Independent Craft Brewer
Tasting Notes
Balanced, Crisp, Light
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

A crisp, easy-drinking Pilsner beer that is influenced by the great brewing regions of the world, but that charts its own course through this elegant style. The Noble hops play a key role, but allow the malt to take center stage, providing a clean and satisfying quencher that is as welcoming as the Green State itself.

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Community reviews

4.94 Reviews
  • Jonathan
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    Can’t go wrong! Ditch the bud or Miller product, they add flavors to beer??? Ridiculous! choose this instead !!!

  • Bev Jones.
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    Substituted with Cone head IPA - good

  • Mark
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    Very underrated light beer with lots of flavor. Made in Vermont.

  • David
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    Verified Buyer

    Green State Lager is a great option if you're looking for a nice light session beer and still want to go with a craft option. It's a go-to favorite of mine.


Want the short answer? A pilsner is a lager beer on the hoppier end of the spectrum. If we're getting a little more technical, pilsners have extra Saaz (aka "noble") hops that were added in response to beer spoilage back in Pilsen in the before times. But that doesn't matter to you now as a pilsner sipper. All you need to know is that these extra-crisp, souped up lagers can be some of the most delicious beers you'll ever experience, especially on a hot summer day (or any time really).
Expect a typical pilsner to contain about 4% to 5% ABV (alcohol by volume).
A classic German-style pilsner is straw to pale in color with a balanced sweetness in both smell and taste. Hop bitterness (specifically noble hops) tends to be medium to high.
While you might associate German lagers with big old crockery steins, a pilsner glass is actually a fairly delicate thing. They tend to be smaller than your standard 16 ounce shaker pint, and they are tapered, slender and tall. The narrower glass is meant to show off the color and carbonation of the beer, while a slightly broader mouth helps maintain the foamy head.
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