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Will Lag Putt Golfers' Ale Make You a Better Golfer?

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Will Lag Putt Golfers' Ale Make You a Better Golfer?

Lag Putt Golfer's Ale

Tuckahoe Brewing Company - Egg Harbor Township, NJ

This American Pale Ale is exactly what you would expect from the name on the can. That is to say, a delicious and refreshing golden ale that is perfect for day drinking on the golf course and beyond. The sweet and bready taste that initially hits your taste buds gives way to a mild hop presence that balances out the beer. At only 4.7% ABV you can drink a few of them out on the course without worrying about hammering your lag putts back onto the fairway. 

Video Highlights:
00:19 Rich introduces Tuckahoe Brewing Company
00:47 Finding a craft beer called Lag Putt
00:54 tasting and describing the beer
1:00 determines that it will not improve your short game
1:10 Rich signs off

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Lag Putt Golfers' Ale Craft Beer Review Transcript:

Tuckahoe Brewing Company Lag Putt Golfers Ale

What’s up everybody, it’s Rich with All About Après coming to you with another Quick and Crafty Brew Review. No BS, just beer. We're telling you what we're drinking and why we're drinking it.

Today we were at the LPGA Shop Rite Classic and when you're at a golf tournament that only means one thing, après means 19th hole. So we're on location today at Tuckahoe Brewing Company.

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Holy crap! I walk into Tuckahoe Brewing and they have a beer called Lag Putt. When you're golfing and leave the LPGA golf tournament it seems like a no-brainer that you have to get a beer called Lag Putt. Let's give it a try. It’s pretty good. A solid golden ale. It has a little bit of bready sweetness up front and just enough hop presence to balance it out.

Overall I don't think this beer is gonna improve my short game but it will definitely improve my day. Cheers! It's all downhill from here.


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