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A favorite among the Iron Hill community, this clean, refreshing lager boasts strong notes of pine and citrus, that has a smooth finish and a hint of bitterness.

Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant Releases Clock Out American Lager

March 28, 2019 Industry News

Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant announced the release of their Clock Out American Lager, a refreshing light lager available in12 oz. cans and currently the only Iron Hill beer available as a 6 pack. Clock Out American Lager cans will be unleashed on March 28, 2018 at all Iron Hill Restaurant & Brewery locations throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and South Carolina, for $11, perfect for sitting back, relaxing, and, most importantly, clocking out.

A favorite among the Iron Hill community, this clean, refreshing lager boasts strong notes of pine and citrus, that has a smooth finish and a hint of bitterness. With an 5.5% ABV, this light lager balances flavor and drinkability that’ll be just thing you need after a long day, but not too much, because, after all, you’ll have to clock back in tomorrow!

With a light body and pleasant bitterness, Clock Out is the perfect complement to heavily flavored foods and can refresh the palate between bites, like Iron Hill’s famous starters such as the Hummus and Fajita-Spiced Chicken Nachos or the rich and savory Chicken Pot Pie. Want to clock out at home? 

“With summer right around the corner, it was important to us to offer an easy drinking lager that had a strong flavor profile,” says Mark Edelson, Iron Hill Restaurant and Brewery Co-Founder and Director of Brewery Operations. “Because of this, we wanted to offer this in 12-ounce cans, rather than other our typical 16 ounce cans, so that this can you a quintessential beer that our customers can kick back and relax with.” 

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