A little over a dozen years ago in Burlington, Vermont, the founders of a clay-oven-fired flatbread restaurant started brewing their own beer to compliment their pizzas. So began Zero Gravity Craft Brewery. Today they’re still up there in the Green Mountain State making pizzas and brewing distinctive beers that run the spectrum from medieval style ales and German gose to hoppy IPAs and good old American lagers.
Their Green State Lager is an easy-drinking Pilsner. The brew uses two of the 4 Noble hops, but with 25 IBU, the palate-friendly malt plays the leading role. At just below 5% alcohol, this is a clean, drink-it-when-you’re-thirsty type of beer with a sunny straw colored appearance. Currently only available to lucky Vermonters (and at a few NY state locales), should you ever get a hankering for a good beer and a flatbread pizza, you know where to go. Learn more at Zero Gravity Beer.