Pelican Five Fin

Brewed by Pelican Brewing Company

West Coast Pilsner5.3% ABV45 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

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Inspired by the crystal clear waters of the six Tillamook County rivers beneftting from the Salmon SuperHwy Project, Five Fin is a uniquely “West Coast” take on the classic Pilsner beer style. Crafted with a unique blend of Centennial and Sterling hops from the Pacific Northwest and Mandarina Bavaria hops from Germany, Five Fin marries the hop-driven flavors of tangerine, pineapple, and lemon zest with classic spicy, floral notes, all balanced against a toasty malt character.
ABV: 5.3% | IBU: 45 | PLATO: 12º
hops, Mandarina Bavaria hops,
Sterling hops, Magnum hops,
Pilsner malt, flaked barley,
pure lager yeast, water
• Bright and Zippy •
Toasty Malt • Tangerine
and Spicy Hop Aroma •
Bold Hoppy Flavor •

Hops: Centennial hops, Mandarina Bavaria hops, Sterling hops, Magnum hops

Grains/Adjuncts: Pilsner malt, flaked barley

Yeast: pure lager yeast

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Available near Fairfield, Connecticut

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