Weyerbacher

House Ale

House Ale, our 4.5% session ale, was first brewed in 2006. Our goal was to brew a beer that was a little bit lower in alcohol, but did not lack for body and flavor. We’re sure you’ll agree, that’s just what we achieved with this tasty brew.

Brewed with Pale, Caramunich, and Carapils malt for flavor and body, then hopped exclusively with expensive Tettnang hops, a very delicate, delicious hops that perfectly fits this beer with just the right snap of flavor.

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2 Responses to “House Ale”

  1. avatar John Russell says:

    I really miss the House Ale. Most of Weyebacher’s brews tend to be on the heavier side. They are wonderful! However, a beer that is drinkable for a longer period of time without masking food is always appreciated. “The House” was great for watching the races in Reading, PA or for an afternoon cookout. How many votes would it take to have House return?

    Thanks

  2. avatar Ian says:

    House Ale, Shmouse ale, like its predecessor, ESB, is not what Weyerbacher excels at. Where is the luxury in a 5% beer?

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