Stylistically, Martinis and lagers have a lot in common. Both are created from a few ingredients, involve a tightrope like balancing act that separates an OK version from greatness and possess a broad appeal that, when done well, should see both given greater respect than they perhaps receive.
Which brings us to Leedy Lager (now Draught), the well crafted local lager that has quickly become Nowhereman’s bestseller. The delicate balance is provided by traditional and new iterations of classic lager hops including Magnum, Hallertau Blanc and Hallertau Mittelfrüh. The straw coloured body supports a modest, sessionable bitterness with light touches of citrus and spice before a dry, grassy finish.
It's a package that makes Leedy Draught everything that you would want from a clean drinking local lager and that feels like something to be revered.
- German style Pilsner