The Curl. A homage to one of the first pub tenders at Short’s. Said pub tender landed the nickname “The Curl,” due to, well, his curly hair. He could often be found entertaining patrons by balancing a full pint of beer on the end of a long wooden pole, while balancing the other end on his chin.
This American Pilsner has an appealing clear, bright, and golden straw color. Faint esters of grain and aromas of fresh baked bread are prominent throughout the beer. The flavor results from the abundance of flake maize used in this recipe. There are also hefty doses of hops that create a pronounced dryness that seamlessly blends into a crisp, clean finish.
Now available on shelves, we hope to wow our patrons across the state with one of the first Imperial beers made at Short’s. The Curl (7% ABV, 50 IBU) is ready for the taking, so get out there and grab a six pack, and impress your friends. No pole necessary.