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Origin Homegrown Lager

Light/Pale Lager

Strathmore, AB (Canada)

Alc.: 5.0%

Volume: 473mL

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A slightly sweet malt aroma mixes with the sharper scent of citrus zest and sweet lemon flesh. There’s a hint of floral hop drifting around the background but very laid back.


The sweet malt and touch of citrus balance together very well for a unified flavour that’s crisp and refreshing without letting any element overpower another. There’s a bit of corn-mash flavour to the malt but it’s only a hint that gives the beer some character. The taste comes and goes fast, so let it rest on the tongue for a few seconds to really pull out everything. Finishes up slightly dry with a hint of malt left behind.


Perfect for anything on the local pub’s menu. Get into some nachos or a solid beef dip.


Pours a bright yellow colour with a mostly clear body and low carbonation. A thin finger of bone white foam pours from the can.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 20
Pilsner, Munich, Chit
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Origin Malting & Brewing began life as a farm over 100 years ago, and five generations of farming has given them more than a touch of expertise when it comes to growing quality barley. It was only a matter of time that this legacy of care and craft busted into the beer scene and started pulling pints. Origin has a dozen beers on the slate (also on tap in their tasting room) and they’ve transformed their small brewery into a spot for good food, good music, and great company. As the only craft brewers in all of Canada to grow their own barley and transform it into the malt for their beer, you’re cracking open one of the north’s most interesting and unique beers. The Homegrown Lager is a classic American-style lager with a crisp, refreshing taste. Clean with a hint of citrus zest, it’s the perfect beer for a hot day on the patio. Serves well at 6°C and can cellar for three months.

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