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Release Flagship And New Fan Favorite Tasting Room Beers in 12oz and 16oz Cans

Pearl Street Brewery to Release Flagship And New Fan Favorite Tasting Room Beers in 12oz and 16oz Cans

Pearl Street Brewery is now distributing more of its flagship beers in cans, including the infamous DTB Brown Ale, Shitty Lyte (now available in stores) as well as a few tasting room favorites including V|O Haze which will be released in 16oz 4packs by June 15th, with Supreme Fatty to follow in 4 packs later in June. 

DTB Brown Ale, one of Wisconsin’s favorite craft beers, has been available in the Midwest in bottles for over a decade. The new canned format adds versatility and convenience to this already popular beer.

Shitty Lyte is a hand-made version of the traditional American Light Mega-Lager but uses fresh local ingredients and is unpasteurized to protect the fresh and delicate flavors (4.2% ABV – 5 IBUs).

V|O Haze is a de-bittered IPA brewed with raw vanilla and orange zest and double dry hopped with VGXP01 and Mosaic hops (7% ABV – 25 IBUs).

Supreme Fatty has a big malt flavor with oats, honey, malt, and milk sugar, utilizing Amarillo/Mosaic hops combination for a juicy flavor.   (7% ABV – 25 IBUs).

The new beers will be available in La Crosse County stores and in the PSB Tasting Room which is now open and is, of course, taking the necessary COVID-19 precautions as it states on their website: 

So we can all be safe, we have social distancing placeholders at our bar, we have hand sanitizer and masks available, and we’ve gone hog-wild on the cleaning and sanitizing of our Tasting Room.

Carryout and curbside options are still available and encouraged. 

Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Saturday.  The brewery plays host to many community events and is very involved in local charity work.