While most people don’t associate Hops with lighter brews such as lagers, but Ragin’ Bull actually uses Willamette Hops, which is a mild type of hop typically found in darker styles of beer. The woody aroma of Willamette complements the overall flavor profile of the Lager very well without adding a hoppy flavor.
We use Lager Yeast in Ragin Bull because it tends to ferment more sugars during the brewing process, thus leading to a crisper drinking experience that you would typically expect for a Lager.
The tasting notes you will experience are different from a typical “Amber” because of the different types of Yeast and types of malts we use. During the drinking experience, you can expect to get a nice crispness with a sweet nuttiness and notes of dark chocolate on the backend.
Ragin’ Bull pairs very nicely with most traditional American backyard cookout meals. Bacon Cheeseburgers, Loaded Beef Nachos, and Flank Steak would pair excellently.