Frisco 1501 Historic Lager From Public House Brewing

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Inspired by the old iron workhorses that rumbled down the Frisco Railroad, this beer is named after Frisco 1501, a steam engine that now proudly rests in Rolla, Mo. Our original 3.5-barrel R&D Brewery is located along the Frisco Railroad line and Route 66, both of which encapsulate the freedom and hard-working spirit of our country. This California Common style beer originated in San Francisco during the gold rush era. 


For this copper-colored beer, we use a lager yeast and ferment it at warmer ale temperatures to yield a unique flavor and mouthfeel. It's a lightly fruity beer with firm, grainy maltiness and interesting toasty and caramel flavors. It showcases rustic traditional American hop characteristics. 


Malt: Pale Ale, Caramunich, Caramel malt
Hops: Northern Brewer, Cascade
ABV: 5.0%
IBU: 44
SRM: 15


Public House Brewing Company
California Common
Rating: 3.5/5
On tap. Pours a dark amber color with an off-white head and some lacing. Aroma of malt sweetness, light citrus and grain. Taste of citrus, light caramel sweetness and bit of grass. Moderate bitterness and a clean finish. Moderate body, quite smooth, clean and tasty. Nice beer that goes down easy.


Public House Brewing Company
California Common / Steam Beer
Rating: 3.96/5
Poured out a dark amber color with a small, tan head of foam. Good roasty presence with toffee and caramel. It has a nice bitterness up front with roasted malt and caramel.

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