Drink this slow pour lager at Shared Brewing in Maplewood
Shared Brewing’s slow pour tap delivers a delightfully voluminous, creamy head on a rotating selection of beers. A traditional Czech faucet provides variable pour speeds (in contrast to a standard American tap that has just one), allowing for multiple styles of pour ranging from all foam to all beer. The slow pour technique strikes a balance between these two poles, infusing the drinkable beer with smooth foam.
Shared Brewing, 2657 Lyle Ave., Maplewood, sharedbrewing.com
Tags : Beer
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