About This Beer
The sensational crew at OEC Brewing is all about combining new-school processes and experimental techniques with old world tradition. For Coolship Lager, the brewers used a double decoction mashing process to really develop a deep, bready character. Imported Noble Hops add touches floral flourishes and a hint of bitterness on the finish. In an unexpected twist, they rested the brew briefly in their coolship, giving it body, depth, and a slightly earthy complexity. Finally, they fermented it in open tanks with a classic Czech Lager yeast before conditioning the beer in their cellar for several months.
Soft, bready nuances dance with a grassy, lightly bitter base, while bright citrus balances a vibrant floral background. It all intricately folds together before a snappy finish.
Crisp Refreshing Light Bready
Noble Hops Czech Lager Yeast
Dark lager 4/5. Pale lager 3/5.
Not a bad dark lager. Zero effect from the coolship though which you’d hope for when you call it a coolship lager
Almost toothsome in its maltiness, though still light and crisp, with a hop kick bigger than a Bavarian but not quite up to a pilsner: They may not call this a Dortmunder, but… it’s a Dortmunder.
Love me a good lager
not too heavy. doesn’t taste like a normal dark beer or lager I wish it had more flavor but it was okay
damn good lager. paired with some spicy tacos
[Coolship Black Lager] 4.5 Coolship Light Lager 4
unique and tasty lager. the coolship and double decoration creates a different but enjoyable lager. I wished I had bought more
this was the regular lager - true to the style - would order again
basically Heineken if you like that kind of thing. smooth beer
very good tasting lager enjoyed it
Dry and crisp. Good pairing for a bbq. Not my favorite lager though.
The regular lager - One of the best lagers I have ever tasted. Near perfectly crisp and light yet complex and hoppy. chefs kiss.
nice refreshing tasty lager
genuinely one of the best lagers I’ve ever had; this thing kicks ass
very standard lager. basic malt and hop notes. reminiscent of yuengling.
I took a chance and it didn't go in my favor. this lager wasn't for me. just super might (reminded me of coors light) and then at the back in a pale ale taste.