Revelry Brewing Limbo King Kellerpils

A Kellerbier is a German style of beer that is a lager that has cellared, referring to its cool lager temperatures. Pilsner is a pale lager named after the Bohemian town of Pizen. So Revelry Brewing in Charleston, South Carolina, combined a Kellerbier and Pilsner to make Limbo Champ a German Kellerpils. This beer is 4.5% ABV. This beer pours a pale yellow color with a foamy four-finger white head. The head fades steadily, leaving decent lacing. The aroma is a little bit of lemon/banana. It’s sweet and breaded. The taste is light lemon, sweet, clean, and crisp with a very light hop note. The mouthfeel is light. Then this beer finishes clean with a light, hoppy sweet note. Then you come to a light bread aftertaste that comes and goes quickly. This beer is tasty. I give Limbo Champ an A+. These two delicious beer styles together make an excellent beer. This beer is one that you need to have. It is refreshing, not too high in alcohol, or heavy on flavors. You can drink a few of these without the flavors overwhelming you. Please stay safe, be kind, and remember to enjoy responsibly! Cheers!

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