International Praise for Tuppers’ Hop Pocket Pils
            BRITISH AUTHOR MICHAEL JACKSON WRITES: “My newest American favourite, from Washington, D.C.: Tuppers’ Hop Pocket Pils. A “pocket” is a sack of hops, as featured on the label. It looks like a boxer’s punchbag, and this Pilsener-style lager hops and hits with the best.”     The Independent, June 12, 1999
    “Amazingly distinctive and well produced… very drinkable too!”  Rated 93, “outstanding! One of the best for its style!” Malt Advocate, 2nd Quarter 2000
    “A distinctive pilsener is... hard to brew and harder to find.  In the United States there might not be more than a half dozen that compare to the best in Germany or the Czech Republic.  This is one of them.”  Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Skube,  in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
    “...Among the finest results of the American brewing revolution.”
    Michael Jackson, “Our 10 Greatest Beers” American Heritage, July 2002
    “Superb”  Greg Kitsock, Washington Post, July 12, 2006
 German Style Pilsner, 2001
Unfiltered or Keller Beer, 2005
Great American Beer Festival
       Selected by American Heritage magazine as one of America’s 10 best beers.  

Tom Cizauskas was the head brewer at Oxford Brewing Company and now represents Clipper City.  Read his review of Tuppers' Hop Pocket Pils here.


Brewed for Tuppers’ Hop Pocket Beers, Bethesda, Maryland
Tuppers' Hop Pocket Pils
This traditional North Bavarian “Keller Pils” lager combines crisp full flavors with remarkable smoothness.
5 % Alcohol by Volume
45+ IBU
Dry Hopped
Bottle and Keg Conditioned