Old Milwaukee is an American lager-style beer currently brewed and owned by Pabst Brewing Company.
Old Milwaukee was first brewed in 1890 and reintroduced in 1955 as a value priced beer by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company. In 1982, the Schlitz Brewing Company and the Old Milwaukee brand were acquired by Stroh Brewery Company of Detroit. In 2000, Stroh's and all of its beer brands and recipes were acquired by Pabst Brewing, which included the Old Milwaukee brand. All Old Milwaukee products have won top honors at the Great American Beer Festival and the World Beer Cup.
New York Lager is a deep reddish amber color. Clean, crisp, easy drinking, classic style American Lager. Made with the finest malt, corn & hops. Great finish.
Alcohol By Volume: 4.5% Bitterness Units: 12 IBU Calories: 148 Carbohydrates: 13.5 gm Protein: 1.0 gm Fat: 0.0 gm
Prior to prohibition virtually all American beers were made from 100% malted barley. This gave the beers a richer, fuller taste than you see today when most beers are made using a ...