SweetWater Take Two Pils, a seasonal release that debuted in 2014, is being retired by the Atlanta, Georgia based brewery.
Atlanta’s largest brewery brought Take Two Pils to the lineup ahead of the Georgia heat in March of 2014. The pilsner was a bit hoppier than your average beer in the same style, pleasing much of their hop addicted fan base. Pils was later added to the can lineup.
Take Two Pils is a step into an alternate reality for SweetWater, a head-first dive down the rabbit hole into the Wonderland world of lagers. The adventurous golden blonde German style pilsner is brewed with a mad hatter’s dose of spicy floral hops. It’s beautifully Bohemian in body, earthy in soul and it’s moving low. Go ask Alice, I think she’ll know. Call us in the morning!
SweetWater Take Two Pils for the time being, will not return. The current fall seasonal is SweetWater Hash Brown.
Hops: Stryian Golding, Saaz, Mt. Hood
Malts: Pilsner, Munich, Carapils
Read more: SweetWater Brewing News
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