St. Cloud Commons Pilsner

Made by Left Field Brewery, St. Cloud Commons Pilsner is a beer named for the baseball park fields in West Huntington, West Virginia. It is a balanced, refreshing, rustic pilsner with subtle complexity. St. Cloud Commons was cold fermented with German lager yeast and lagered for six weeks in our oak Foeders. Pale gold and a little hazy, Saaz hops were added to the boil resulting in earthy, hay and bright lemon character, a delicate bitterness and a dry oak finish

St. Cloud Commons was home to several minor league teams during the mid 1990’s. The park consists of a cozy wooden grandstand behind home plate, two small covered bleachers behind each dugout, and some additional bleachers further down each line. The grandstand is painted a dark shade of red, giving it a barn-like feel. There have been rumors about building a new park on the Marshall University campus to try to lure another team to Huntington.

ABV – 5.3%

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Left Field Brewery – St. Cloud Commons Pilsner
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