When should you drink it?
If there’s any one beer to drink with oysters, this would surely be it. Aside from being the perfectly balanced summertime sud, the Toasted Lager’s unique dual palate is ideal for pairing with seafood flavors. The sweetness from the malts complements the meatiness of each bivalve, while the hoppy kick cuts through the brininess. Shuck, slurp and sip.
Plenty of beers make for a solid pre-game tailgate, but when that heat kicks in, you’ll want something that’ll still be fun and refreshing a few hours in. That’s where Toasted Lager comes in: its balance of diverse flavors makes for extended spans of easy drinking (no hop fatigue here), and at 5.5-percent ABV, it’s officially one of the best sessionable American lagers we’ve tried.
Need a cold one while you’re soaking up the sun? Pop one of these bad boys open to get your buzz on while still staying cool, and, of course, avoiding the dreaded beer belly. Speaking from our own experience, you’ll still look great (not bloated at all) in that swimsuit.
Aiming to please all your picky party guests without having to buy 20 different kinds of beer for one afternoon? If you want to narrow down the options, make one of them Toasted Lager. From notes of caramel to graham cracker and that slight, yet undeniable, trace of fruity esters, it’s got a little something to satisfy every type of beer drinker. Bonus: The sud’s blend of malts makes it inherently pairable with almost any meat dish you’d want to serve.
What says summer better than an evening drinks session on a roof? Any beer geek will tell you that drinking beer ice-cold masks many of the flavors present. But since Toasted Lager has so much going on flavor-wise, it's still very enjoyable after the bottle has spent some time out of the fridge. Whether you’re in L.A., New York City, down south or anywhere in the country, raise a toast to the season with a bottle of Toasted Lager.