4.5% ABV | 25 IBU
North Peak’s Rambler has a perfect balance of toasty pilsner malt and a slightly bitter spiciness of Hallertauer and Tettnang hops. All at a sessionable alcohol level.
Tales of the Rambler have been whispered and cherished by children of Northern Michigan for years – they murmur of his silent and constant protection, and hope to see his enormous, hulking frame crash by their windows. Rambler keeps trolls out of the Upper Peninsula – by guarding the Northern woods and scouring the nearby mountains for any trolls attempting to creep into his domain. Michigan lore claims he can be recognized by his weird gait – often attributed to his lack of joints – and his droopy face and nose. The Rambler would be forced to live in the U.P. regardless of his desire to protect it – it is the only land vast enough to foster his enormous size.
GRAINS: Pilsner Malt, Carapils & Acidulated Malt
HOPS: Hallertauer & Tettnang