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  1. Reviewed: Urban Roots EZ PZ Dry Hopped Pilsner • thefullpint.com
    June 27, 2020 @ 4:27 am

    […] Check out some of my favorite hoppy American pale lagers that I’ve recently reviewed such as pFriem’s Mexican Lager, Colima Cayaco Tropical Lager, Russian River Velvet Glow, Bell’s Lager of the Lakes, and Modern Times Ice. […]

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  2. Urban Roots EZ PZ Dry Hopped Pilsner • thefullpint.com – ColorMag
    June 26, 2020 @ 8:50 pm

    […] Check out some of my favorite hoppy American pale lagers that I’ve recently reviewed such as pFriem’s Mexican Lager, Colima Cayaco Tropical Lager, Russian River Velvet Glow, Bell’s Lager of the Lakes, and Modern Times Ice. […]

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  3. Reviewed: Urban Roots EZ PZ Dry Hopped Pilsner | Beer Snawb
    June 26, 2020 @ 6:34 pm

    […] Check out some of my favorite hoppy American pale lagers that I’ve recently reviewed such as pFriem’s Mexican Lager, Colima Cayaco Tropical Lager, Russian River Velvet Glow, Bell’s Lager of the Lakes, and Modern Times Ice. […]

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  4. The Full Pint’s Top 10 New Beers of 2019 | Beer Brewing Kit
    December 20, 2019 @ 12:02 am

    […] appetizing, but Modern Times pulled it off with aplomb. I’m a big fan of their regular Ice pilsner, which is now a year-round core beer for the brewery. But the foeder aging brought it to a whole […]

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  5. The Full Pint’s Top 10 New Beers of 2019 – Read Beer
    December 19, 2019 @ 1:46 pm

    […] appetizing, but Modern Times pulled it off with aplomb. I’m a big fan of their regular Ice pilsner, which is now a year-round core beer for the brewery. But the foeder aging brought it to a whole […]

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  6. Reviewed: Modern Times Foeder Ice Dry-Hopped with Saphir – Read Beer
    October 24, 2019 @ 5:26 am

    […] base beer over and over. But one base beer that seems to get relatively little attention is their Ice pilsner, which I reviewed two years ago. Since that review, Ice has become a year-round beer for Modern […]

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  7. Reviewed: Modern Times Foeder Ice Dry-Hopped with Saphir | Beer Brewing Kit
    October 24, 2019 @ 12:01 am

    […] base beer over and over. But one base beer that seems to get relatively little attention is their Ice pilsner, which I reviewed two years ago. Since that review, Ice has become a year-round beer for Modern […]

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