It’s over. The Axis has fallen and the Allies have given you an early retirement.
But you’re a tank operator. Now what do you do?
Might we suggest that you leave the stress of the German army behind and move out to California and learn how to hang ten. Clearly the relaxed attitude of the West Coast living and the lack of exploding mortar shells should appeal to you.
Granted, it’s not that common to see guys checking out the surf from the turret housing of a German-built tank, but this is, after all, San Diego and stranger things actually happen from time to time.
So welcome! Surf’s up, fire up the old beast and invade your new favorite break. Just don’t make the mistake of forgetting an ice cold case of Panzer Pils so when we’re done you can reminisce about der Fatherland as we check out your old-school ride.
Malts- German Pils, Munich and Vienna
Hops – Halltertaur, Tettnang and Saaz for the kettle, Tettnang and Saaz for dry hopping
Yeast – White Labs German Lager
Original Gravity – 1.080
ABV – 9.0%
Availability – Late Summer / Early Fall Release
Formats – 22oz bottles, draft