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Zed’s on the West Coast–PA v9
number nine…number nine…number nine…number nine… ABV: 6.4% IBU: 68
Zed’s in The Universe–Pale 42
Made with mostly American 2 Row and supported by Centennial, Cascade and Amarillo hops, this beer has an appealing floral nose and apricot undertones on the tastebuds. ABV: 5.0% IBU: 42
Zed’s in the Backyard–Copper Cream Ale
Rich and Creamy, with a smooth mouthfeel balanced by a slight “bite” from the yeast and a light hopping with Centennial. Gets its coppery glow from a kiss of caramel and black-patent malt. ABV: 5.5% IBU: 19
Zed’s In Ireland–dry stout
Dry? Sweet? Milk? These are just words. Beautiful Bakers chocolate and coffee on the nose, bitter chocolate in the mouth. ABV: 4.1% IBU: 27
Zed’s in NJ–Jersey Blonde
The beer you love is back. This easy-drinking Blonde will remind you how approachable craft beer can be ABV: 5.5% IBU: 30
Zed’s in Prague–cZech-style Lager
There’s this tiny little place called Pivovar U Tri ruzi where we had a fantastic assortment of beers made on site. Seek it out and tell them Zed sent you! ABV: 5.3% IBU: 19
Zed’s on the Liffey–Dublin Porter
A Perfect example of Approachable Craft. This Dublin Porter starts with slightly smoky, burnt toast aroma, moves to a light roast in the mouth and finishes with dark fruit. All inside a 4.2% beer. ABV: 4.2% IBU: 21
Zed’s in Liverpool–Northern England Brown Ale
Here’s a style you don’t see that often. Our Northern England Brown Ale futures a pleasant caramel biscuit base backed by fuggles wrapped in a beautiful reddish hue. Geek alert: ask our Brewer or two Cicerones how this style differs from other Browns.
Zed’s in Manchester–English Pub Ale
Sit back and watch footy on the telly with your mates. Golden, delicious with just a hint of bitterness, this beer defines “session.” ABV: 3.9% IBU: 30
Who is Zed, anyway?
a Bado family legend
According to Bado family lore, our great-grandfather worked in the mines in Chop, Hungary. On his days off and as he could, he would brew beer for the other miners. The containers? Steel pails. I think he should be credited for inventing the Growler and Crowler!