December 22nd:

The Story:

Kellers are a favourite style of our Brewmaster Nick Posloski. Nick’s thrilled to be sharing the first ever Phillips version for you all as an extra special Christmas treat. Kellar’s are known for their delicate balance of malt and hops. The name derives from the word “cellar” and accounts for the fact that this beer is meant to be enjoyed straight from the cellar and hasn’t been pasteurized or filtered. This particular Kellar also showcases a special lager yeast that we love to use for our lagers in-house. Being unfiltered allows for lots of flavour in this brew and to let those bready notes really come through nicely. The delicate hop profile with this beer really compliments the yeast and malt used.

Tasting Notes:

This Keller pours a slightly hazy golden colour with a nice white head. There are aromas of sweet grains and floral noble hops. It boasts a round mouthfeel with a medium body, There are flavours of toasty grains but is silky smooth with a slight bitterness.


This beer is exclusive to the 2017 Snowcase.

5 thoughts on “December 22nd:

  1. “Saint Nick’s Kellerbier” – described as “a smooth, naturally cloudy unfiltered lager” is exactly what the label sez, and I found it a most delicious success, worthy of five stars! I doff my hat to brewmaster Nick for this wonderful creation. Thank you sir for a brief moment of bliss. Make more I entreaty you.

  2. Nice lager as there were not too many in the case if I remember correctly. Not too much to say other then it was a fine beer.

  3. This was one of the best beers in the snowcase this year in my opinion. would love to pick up a 650ml bottle of this brew.

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