Straight To Ale Sand Island Light House

Brewed by Straight To Ale

Kölsch5.0% ABV25 IBU

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Sand Island Light House
A German kolsch-style ale formerly known as Stop Work 689, Sand Island Light House was renamed to commemorate our finally covering the entirety of our home state in 2013. Sand Island Light House is the southernmost point in Alabama.
Crisp, clean and refreshing, Sand Island is available year round in cans and draft formats. Mildly sweet with a touch of Tettnanger hop bitterness in the finish, it is the perfect brew for warmer weather or anytime of year.

ABV IBU
5.1% 25


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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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