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Mississippi Leg Hound Cream Ale

When you go to town on this delicious cream ale, it's best to let you finish!

Recipe Size:  5 Gallons
ABV:  4.8%
Color:  4.0 SRM
IBU:  16
Original Gravity:  1.047
Final Gravity:  1.008
Ready In:  4 Weeks
Starter:  No
2 Stage:  No

See our dog there?  He’s a good dog.  He won’t sit.  He won’t fetch.  See him gazing at your cream ale there?  He’s cute, ain’t he?  Only problem is, he’s got little bit of Mississippi leg hound in him, and if the mood catches him right, he’ll grab your beer and just go to town.  You don’t want him around if you’re short on beer, if you know what I mean.  Word of warning though.  If he does lay into your beer, it's best to just let him finish.  I mean, how could he resist?  This beer is golden and crisp with a delicate maltiness woven with clean toasty notes and honey flavors, all chilled righteously cold for front porch easy summer sippin’.  So there’s a lesson to be learned here: when you’re served this cream ale, you’d better go to town, and go to town fast, and whatever you do—don’t let that hound dog finish!

Disclaimer:  We do not endorse giving beer to dogs.  Especially good beer.  No animals were used in the description of this beer.  In fact, the aforementioned dog was really your Cousin Eddie in a dog suit and, well, he was just behaving in his normal manner.


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