Turning Point Beer
A Note on This Beer
Ever wonder what your coworkers do after work?
In the show 'Parks and Recreation,' the characters discover that their deadpan, staunchly masculine boss Ron Swanson moonlights at local jazz clubs as a swarthy saxophonist named Duke Silver.
It’s funny stuff. More importantly, the smooth stylings of Duke Silver are undeniable. Which, of course, explains why the talented beer artists at Turning Point named their new Marzen-style Lager after him!
Meant for evening relaxation, this sipper brims with deep, malty richness. It’s sultry and satisfying — melodic riffs of bread crust and dark fruit transitioning seamlessly into subtly zesty floral notes. Each mouthful is an expression of sonic love that leads to a startlingly clean finish.
Just as the real Duke Silver invites his audience to find safe haven in a warm bathtub full of his jazz, this beer is an invitation for respite all its own. Who even cares what your coworkers are up to when they clock out? You’re finding a cozy spot to put your feet up and melting into a cool can of this Marzen.
A smooth and silky evening to you all!
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